The Fall Equity Symposium is designed to empower the Evergreen community with tools to create a stronger sense of belonging on campus. Additionally, the symposium is designed to have a meaningful impact in communities beyond the collegial hemisphere. Participants will receive the opportunity to further develop their cultural-competency skills as well as their understanding of how they can contribute to fostering a more inclusive and equitable environment. 

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Multicultural Resource and Networking Fair

Multicultural Resource Fair: October 11th | 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Library Lobby and Third Floor

Dr. Terrell Strayhorn Speech: October 11th | 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM | Library Lobby 

(Dr. Terrell Strayhorn's Biography)

Evergreen Community Workshops

Community Workshops and Sessions: 

  • Session Block 1: October 12th | 9:30-10:30 AM| Standby for agenda & location 
  • Session Block 2: October 12th | 10:45 - 11:45 AM | Standby for agenda & location 

Dr. Joy DeGruy Speech: October 12th | 1:30 - 2:30 PM | Library Lobby 

(Dr. Joy DeGruy's Biography)

Equity Honors Ceremony: October 12th | 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM | Library

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Resources for the Community

Many different groups on campus can help you get the services you need, find a community, or report a concern.

Find resources and support

Act to stop inequity and bias

  • Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity: ensuring a diverse workforce; preventing and responding to harassment and discrimination.
  • Bias Incident Response Team: addressing hate crimes or bias incidents when more visible incidents occur that are likely to significantly affect the College community or subpopulations of the college.
  • Title IX: responding to people who have experience sexual violence and helping the community support each other.

The People of Evergreen

A brief overview of student demographics is available in this Who Are Our Students? slideshow (PDF). More detailed information is available through Institutional Research.