Inclusive Community Council (ICC)

Complementing the three-year Making Excellence Inclusive plan, which is the responsibility of senior leaders, the ICC's role is to shape and sharpen the institution's focus on the systemic change needed for achieving a long-term vision: an anti-racist institution in which members of all groups that have been historically restrained, excluded, or oppressed are fully included. The ICC's focus on long-haul institutional transformation means it is not responsible for resolving immediate campus crises. Rather, drawing on its members' depth and breadth of expertise, familiarity with institutional process, and broad representation and relationships from across the University, the ICC fosters alignment, communication, and best practices across offices, divisions, and schools.