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Colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to foster a climate for civil discourse. Follow EAB's framework to find common ground for productive discussion among students and the broader campus community.
It is crucial for institutions to ensure their bias and harassment report and support websites are well-organized with clear reporting processes and easy-to-find support resources. See EAB’s mock webpage below for the 10 essential features to highlight on your institution’s bias and harassment report and support website.
EAB identified three imperatives to help student affairs leaders build trust with student activists. This resource center will help you and your team asses performance in these three areas and identify next steps to build stronger relationships with activists.
Statements that isolate university free speech values may disharmonize students who question if the institution values diversity and inclusion to the same extent as free speech. To promote a holistic view of their institution’s values, institution leaders must articulate, reinforce, and allow students to reflect on the university’s values. These three steps will help university leaders turn abstract values into values students engage with and ponder during their time on campus.