Originally formed in 2001 as the Fullerton College Equity and
Diversity Committee, the name was changed to the Fullerton College
Campus Diversity Committee in 2009 to reflect the distinction
between the Diversity Committee and the
Student Equity Committee.
The Diversity Committee is a subcommittee of the
Fullerton College President's Advisory Council (PAC).
The mission of the Campus Diversity Committee is to promote harmony, equality and unity by supporting policies, programs, and practices that provide a greater understanding of diversity at Fullerton College.
The committee promotes and protects the interests and concerns of minority and underrepresented persons, including persons designated as a protected class by the California Education Code.
The committee actively promotes and advocates for a positive, supportive and safe campus climate for students, faculty, staff, and administration and for those in the community.
The committee is charged with building an inclusive and respectful campus working alongside community members and campus leaders to develop and evaluate the Diversity Action Plan.
The committee is responsible for making recommendations to the President’s Advisory Council (PAC) on diversity issues that affect the student experience of Fullerton College.
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