Critical Race Training in Education

Colgate University

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
13 Oak Dr
Hamilton, New York 13346
Phone
(315) 228-7000
Email address
admission@colgate.edu
School Information
"A Uniquely Modern Education Rooted in a Rich Tradition: Time and time again, the world has shown an urgent need for citizens with the ability to create, explore, examine, and connect human knowledge. Colgate University has been answering that call through centuries of academic rigor in the liberal arts tradition. Learn more about Colgate’s mission and history, and find out how its past informs its vision for the future, including its commitment to sustainability. (...) "Colgate’s influence goes beyond statistics, but the numbers do tell a compelling story: 9:1 Faculty-Student Ratio; 100% of Demonstrated Need Met by Financial Aid; 56 Undergraduate Major Programs; 200+ Student Clubs and Organizations (...) "A Lifetime of Support in Pursuit of Knowledge: From a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and access, to a dedication to all aspects of student wellbeing, to academic and support services built to sustain graduates throughout their career path, Colgate University offers unmatched resources to all members of the community." (Source: https://www.colgate.edu/about)
General Information
Colgate University's faculty are considering and exploring changes to the core liberal arts curriculum to embed diversity and inclusivity. Additionally, student groups on campus, such as the Organization of Asian Sisters in Solidarity", have organized events to decry supposed racism on campus. See developments below:

Critical Race Training Activity

  • Curriculum Changes and Requirements

    Faculty will make changes to the core liberal arts curriculum to embed diversity and inclusivity.

  • Resources

    “Organization of Asian Sisters in Solidarity” and faculty hosted a panel on the “State of Hate Culture and Racism on Campus”.

Last updated February 13th, 2021