Welcome to Hillsborough Community College's faculty guide on diversity and inclusion! This guide is a collaborative project between Faculty Professional Development and the Learning Resource Center. These resources have been specially curated to support the equitable teaching practices of our diverse student population.
This libguide will continue to evolve as new resources become available. We invite you to be a part of this process by submitting comments, feedback, and suggestions for resources.
Use the tabs to the left (above on mobile) to navigate to different topics within this guide.
Thank you to the University of Tennessee Library for permission to model this guide after their Diversity & Inclusion LibGuide.
Explore diversity and inclusion resources, events, and trainings sponsored by Faculty Professional Development Services.
Connect with members of the HCC Diversity Council to take part in campus and college wide diversity initiatives.
HCC is committed to equitable treatment for all students and employees and to a learning and working environment free of discrimination and harassment for current and future students and employees.
The HOPE Scholars Initiative focuses on degree completion by improving persistence, retention and upper-division transfer rates among African American and Latino male students in the program.
The annual BBCB Summit attracts nationally-known speakers to collaborate on the issue of academic and social persistence of African American and Latino men.
With the goal of fostering a sense of belonging in your online classes and at HCC, this course will explore strategies to make your online learning environment inclusive to diverse student populations.
This course will aid faculty in understanding the needs of low income students and consider ways of designing their course with economic impacts in mind.
This course will aid faculty in understanding who their student veterans are, understanding challenges and successes of veteran learners, and resources for student veterans outside the classroom.
Learn to identify when a microaggression has taken place in your classroom and how you can respond when someone has been microaggresive.
Questions about materials on this resource guide? Suggestions to add? Feedback?
Contact Instructional Designer Megan Wiedeman or Librarian Roxanna Palmer using the blue "Contact Me" buttons below.