What is the Inclusive Community Response Team? The Inclusive Community Response Team (ICRT) serves students by fostering an open and inclusive campus and responding to instances of hate and bias.
What does ICRT do?
SUPPORT – provide students with care and assistance when faced with a bias-related incident
RESPOND - review reported bias-related incidents affecting students and refer to appropriate University and community entities
MONITOR – examine the student experience for trends and issues which may affect the campus climate
EDUCATE – build understanding within the campus community about the value of diversity and social justice
How do I report an issue?
Any student, faculty, staff, or community member can file a report with the ICRT. There are several ways to file a report:
When filing a report via email please be as specific as possible. Items to consider including are: date, time, specific location, names of people involved, descriptions of people involved (if names are not known), and specific details regarding the issue. You are able to include files (e.g. pictures) with the email if available.
If you supply your name and contact information, a member of the ICRT will follow up with you within two business days.