Diversity & Inclusion Office

Alma College’s Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

Alma College recognizes that we are all transformed when we celebrate and value the varied identities, backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives in our campus community. We are committed to recognizing and removing barriers to success and providing equitable access to opportunities through education and advocacy. In our increasingly diverse campus and world, we pledge to create a climate where everyone is safe and free to grow intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally.


Laptop Loaner Program

The purpose of the Diversity and Inclusion Laptop Loaner Program is to provide longterm laptop rentals to students with significant financial need.

Programming Grants

Scholarships 

Student Organizations

Alma College has many student organizations that address the needs of our diverse students. Here is a link to those organizations: Student Organizations.

Please review the following Participant Agreement which outlines all the program requirements for first-year Campbell Scholars. If you have any questions please reach out to Julia Dang, Campbell Scholar Program Coordinator at dangjt@alma.edu or Dr. Donnesha Blake, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at blakeda@alma.edu

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Campbell Scholars Program Overview

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The Campbell Scholars Program provides cultural, academic, social, and financial literacy resources and mentorship to students of color and their allies during their four years at Alma College. Our mission is to develop pathways that lead to educational success, college persistence, and graduation for all students with an emphasis on students of color. Campbell Scholars participate in a range of enrichment activities including social, cultural, leadership programs throughout the year!

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Campbell Scholars First Year Requirements

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Participate in the BIPOC Welcome Reception August 26, 2021 (before Tartan 101)

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Live in the Julius Chatman Living Learning Community

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Enroll in the King-Chávez-Parks Mentor Program as a mentee (Sophomores have the option of enrolling in KCP as a mentee during their second year).

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Attend academic, social, and cultural programs throughout the year

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Participate in the Fall Leadership Retreat October 14-16, 2021

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Participate in a group community service project during Winter Term

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Complete a Campbell Scholar Success Plan

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Maintain a 2.7 GPA

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Program Incentives

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First-year students also receive a total $750 benefit at the Alma College Bookstore through their participation in the Julius Chatman Living Learning Community. They will receive half of the book store credit upon acceptance to the program, and the second half of the bookstore credit upon successful completion of the fall term program requirements.

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Participant Agreement

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I have read Campbell Scholar Program goals and requirements above. I agree to complete the outlined program requirements to the best of my ability. I understand that in order to receive the entire $750 credit to the Alma College bookstore I must complete the requirements listed above.*
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