Inclusive Campus Culture
Inclusive Excellence embraces a multicultural campus and fosters inclusive habits. The following initiatives sponsored by the Provost promote a campus environment that is welcoming for all and free of bias.
Provost Dahlberg supports the work of TCU’s Race and Reconciliation Initiative to study the university’s historical connections to racism, slavery and the Confederacy. This study will provide a critical understanding of TCU’s history, creating a foundation to make TCU a stronger institution as we plan for the future.
Academic Affairs partners with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to create and bring together these champions to develop, promote and chart Inclusive Excellence throughout TCU.
- College Diversity Advocates
- Divisional Diversity Advocates
- Provost’s Faculty Fellow for DEI
- Diversity Champion Faculty Fellow
Beginning Fall 2020, students who are unable to participate in a class, in any related assignment or in a university required activity because of the religious observance of a holy day shall be provided with a reasonable opportunity to make up the examination or assignment, without penalty, provided that it does not create an unreasonable burden on the University. For more information, visit Religious & Spiritual Life.
Provost Dahlberg appointed Dr. Scott Langston as the inaugural Native American Nations and Communities Liaison, to collaborate with the Native American Advisory Circle regarding positive ways to respect, support and incorporate Native Americans at TCU. Dr. Langston coordinates several TCU initatives to raise awareness of and respect for Native American peoples, cultures and perspectives; to learn from and engage Native American knowledge; and to create a welcoming environment on campus for Native American students, faculty, staff and visitors.