Inclusive Campus Support
As part of the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE), Inclusive Campus Support is a centralized resource for the development of an inclusive campus climate. This unit provides an online anonymous experience form for university community members to share their campus climate experiences that are concerning and helpful. Peer support is provided through consult without referral (unless required by law such as Title IX) and by sharing university and community resources. Proactively, Inclusive Campus Support aids with organizational and departmental planning efforts. Categorized general information regarding submitted experiences is shared with the university community to expand transparency and to inform education and practice, enhancing a sense of belonging for students, staff, and faculty.
What is a campus climate experience?
A campus climate experience impacts one’s experience at UT Austin (on or off campus) and impacts one’s access to campus resources and learning opportunities, feelings of inclusion, or belonging. Campus climate experience examples can include:
- Interpersonal interactions in a class, workplace, or program, on campus or online
- Written communications, such as a comment, email, flyer, graffiti, or
- Something that physically or otherwise enables or hinders access to the university
ICS Peer Support
Students, staff, and faculty can provide their information using this form to be contacted by ICS staff members who can assist with peer support regarding campus climate experiences.
Inclusive Campus Support Services
Inclusive Campus Support provides many services to help the campus community experience a welcoming and inclusive campus climate. Below, you can find the services our office offers.
Campus Experience and Peer Support Data
These data reflect campus climate experiences submitted to Inclusive Campus Support. This information is shared in an effort to provide transparency regarding campus climate experiences impacting the university community and can be utilized to inform education and practice.
Any questions? Contact Inclusive Campus Support either by email or phone.