Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity
The Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity exists to provide support, educational experiences, and interactive learning opportunities. Our mission is to represent the needs and concerns of historically marginalized student populations and provide access opportunities through programs, services, and resources related to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Critical Conversations Series
Critical Conversations provide important, interactive dialogues that promote access, equity, and inclusion at Oakton and beyond. Topics address a wide range of social issues with the overall goal of creating opportunities for critical thinking, reflection, and action.
The Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity will be offering webcast sessions throughout the year focusing on a particular topic of social interest and/or professional development. The overall goal is to promote a continuous learning environment through the use of digital education.
Student Success Workshops
Departments across the college, including TRIO and the Learning Center, facilitate guided workshops at the Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity with the goal of creating a wide range of relevant content while attracting a diverse population of students and, in some cases, faculty and staff.
Meeting and Special Event Space
The Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity is available for student clubs and organizations to use for meetings, planning sessions, training, and special events.
Student leaders interested in reserving the space should call 847.635.1837 and complete the reservation process.
Student clubs and organizations in need of assistance in creating or improving their organizational structure are welcome in the Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity. Student leaders work with the director of Student Life and Campus Inclusion to compose or improve organizational charts, create or revise constitution and bylaws, and engage in strategic planning.
Undocumented/DACA Student Support
The Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity acknowledges the various struggles of students representing historically marginalized groups, particularly those seeking citizenship and refuge.
The Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity provides resources through ¡ANDALE! and the Undocumented/DACA student support group.
Students in need can find access to self-care resources such as non-perishable food, soap, deodorant, and more at no cost in the Center for Campus Inclusion and Diversity.
Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.* (closed Fridays during summer terms)