The CRCC Spring Institute will be March 19, 2021, via Zoom. Registration will be open early in the spring semester.  

The Culturally Responsive Campus Community (CRCC) conference at Illinois State University works to actively recognize and rectify inequitable experiences and create a more just campus for all.  It is the goal of CRCC to raise awareness across the campus and community about issues surrounding the intersectional issues surrounding marginalization and oppression. 

In the fall, nearly 1,000 people registered to attend the 2020 CRCC Conference. Under the theme “Equity with a Mirror,” the conference explored the personal and systematic impact and implications of anti-Blackness and racism on students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members. The conference included a one-day, deep-dive institute in which participants were asked to find ways to challenge anti-Blackness and racism. The one-day CRCC Spring Institute will build on work from the fall conference. 

Supported by the Division of Student Affairs, the Multicultural Center, Office of the Provost, and the Office of the President, CRCC is organized by a team of volunteers from within the University. Find out more on the CRCC website as details become available.