Commission on Campus Equality & Student Equity

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ABOUT

The Commission on Campus Equality & Student Equity’s charge is to expand and enhance the civic, social, educational, cultural, and economic status of marginalized communities on campus.

 

The Commission also works to regulate, produce, and execute actionable policy, recommendations, and ongoing dialogue centered around equal rights, antiracism, and racial justice on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

 

Membership

The Commission is comprised of representatives from several large student organizations and appointments from student government.

The agencies/organizations represented on the Commission include:

- Arab Student Organization

- Asian American Center Campaign

- Black Congress (Campus - Y)

- Black Student Movement (BSM)

- Carolina Indian Circle

- Carolina Latinx Collaborative 

- Civic Engagement Committee

- Graduate and Professional Student Federation

- Muslim Student Association

- Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach Committee

- Sexuality & Gender Alliance (Campus - Y)

 

19,355

Undergraduate Students

10,796

Graduate Students

22%

First Generation Students

6%

International Students

*All data is collected from the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment

UNDERGRADUATE DATA

8.5%

8%

Hispanic/ Latino

Black or African American (Non-Latino)

11.4%

58.2%

Asian (Non-Hispanic)

International Students

*All data is collected from the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment

NEWS & MEDIA

Letter from our Chair

Published on 8.16.20

A letter asking students to take personal responsibility to ensure the  safety and wellbeing of the Chapel Hill community.

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Unanimously Passed on 7.30.20

A resolution condemning University Leadership for their lack of transparent and effective communication with the Student Body throughout the COVID pandemic.

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Unanimously passed on 7.16.20

A resolution advocating for more student-centered dialogue for Fall 2020 decision-making and more inclusive communication. 

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