Greetings Friends and Colleagues!
Welcome to the newly redesigned Division of Institutional Equity & Research and Planning!
The redesign of this division began in July 2021 in response to doubling down on our college wide efforts to imbed and advance racial equity and social justice toward closing the opportunity gap for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities at Cosumnes River College. And reaffirm our commitment and actions to create a more welcoming and inclusive college environment reflective of the breadth of diversity among our student communities.
This Division includes institution-wide efforts focused on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; the We Won’t Fall Campaign, Institutional Effectiveness; Professional Development; Research and Planning; Student Equity and Engagement; and the new federally funded grant programs including Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Multicultural Innovation CASA Grant and the Asian American, Native American-Pacific Islander Institution (AANAPISI) Grant.
Dr. Claire Oliveros
Vice President of Institutional Equity, Research and Planning
Institutional Equity & Research and Planning Org. Chart (coming soon)
Opportunities to connect with college and community resources and information:
- Social Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Anti-racism and Accessibility Professional Development Resource List
- The CRC Organizational Change Paradigm
- CRC Equity-Minded Decision-Making Guidance
- Social Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Definitions
- The Four-Fold Way Social Justice Communication Agreements
- College & Community Resources in Support of Afghan and Haitian Students
- Filipinx American History Month 2021
- Critical Conversations, Communities in Practice Will SOAR - Session 1
September 28, 2021
- Critical Conversations, Communities in Practice Will SOAR - Session 2
October 26, 2021
- Critical Conversations, Communities in Practice Will SOAR - Session 3
November 30, 2021
Institutional Equity & Research and Planning at a Glance
Research and Equity Office
IERP provides research support for equity- and evidence-based decision making, planning, and program evaluation.
The planning processes at CRC facilitate the improvement of college processes, programs, services, student learning, and student success.
CRC offers a wide variety of training and opportunities for employees to improve their professional knowledge, competence, skill, and effectiveness.
We Won’t Fall
The “We Won’t Fall” campaign is aimed at supporting our work toward equitable outcomes. We have set 13 Targets specific goals designed to improve the outcomes of Black/African American and Latinx students.
Center for Inclusion and Belonging
The Center for Inclusion and Belonging (CIB) empowers students to explore, affirm, and celebrate their individual and intersectional identities and define success for themselves.
The Associated Students of Cosumnes River College (ASCRC) is the student government of the college. It's comprised of two leadership teams: the Student Senate (SS) and the Clubs and Events Board (CAEB).
Hawk Cares serves the basic needs of our students, ranging from food insecurity to homelessness.
MI CASA (HSI)
IERP oversees federally funded grant programs including the Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) grant funding MI CASA.
APIDA HAWKS (AANAPISI)
The APIDA HAWKS Center offers support for Asian American, Pacific Islander, and Desi American (APIDA) students at Cosumnes River College.
Title IX and Student Equity
IERP oversees Title IX compliance. CRC is committed to creating and maintaining a safe environment free of sexual harassment and violence.
WEAVE Confidential Advocate
IERP oversees the WEAVE Confidential Advocate program. WEAVE supports students or employees who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or sexual harassment.
There are no upcoming events at this time.