Lower Columbia College celebrates and embraces diversity of all kinds, including differing beliefs, cultures, people, and experiences. We commit to institutional and individual changes that recognize, understand, and challenge patterns of social inequity and systemic disparities within our ever-changing world. As part of this commitment, we strive to strengthen practices involving student success, cultural enrichment, diversity education, curricular transformation, and employee development. We are dedicated to promoting an accessible, inclusive, and safe environment that fosters cultural competency, educational equity, and social justice for all students, staff, faculty, and our local and global communities.
Please join LCC’s Read and Discuss (RAD) Diversity Reading Group!
What is it? It’s an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to engage in meaningful conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion. Just read the featured article and attend a small group meeting to engage in respectful, open and honest exchanges with a commitment to listen and learn.
Winter 2019 choices will be announced via email.
For questions, please contact the LCC Diversity & Equity Committee at email@example.com
Undocumented students in Washington state have the right to attend colleges and universities. Many qualify for state-funded financial aid because of the Washington Dream Act, also called the The Real Hope Act which was signed into law in 2014.
The Safe Zone Project is a new program on the LCC Campus that will offer a visible message of inclusion, affirmation, and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people. Trainings will be available to help staff, faculty and students become more aware of the problems facing our students of diverse gender and sexualities and offer guidance on how to support those students.
Our curriculum is a three hour program provided through The Safe Zone Project.
Quarter Trainings Day Time Date
*Please complete Safe Zone 1.0 before taking Safe Zone 2.0
For more information contact Anne-Marie Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org
A diverse group of campus representatives available to determine a rapid and effective response to incidents of bias. See Bias Response Team.
Located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center, Room 201. See Campus Map.
Participate in diversity-focused events at Lower Columbia College. See Campus Calendars.