DEIB Programming Support
2022-2023 DEIB Programming Support - Funds Request Form
Please use the form below to request funding support for your diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging (DEIB) activity or event taking place during the 2022-2023 academic year.
DEIB Programming funds are earmarked to support campus-wide DEIB initiatives and programs. Primarily earmarked to support campus-wide DEIB initiatives and programs, initiatives that focus on topics of racial and ethnic community topics in the U.S. context - with the primary audience being CCA students, faculty, staff - will receive priority consideration.
Award range is up to $1,000. Requests are due at least one month in advance of the event throughout the school year. You will receive a response to your request no later than one week post submission.
Due to limited resources, DEIB Programming Support funds are not available for academic programs and programming. You are encouraged to connect with a program chair to find out about available funding sources - such as academic programs, administrative departments, and/or outside organizations.
NOTE: Upon approval and completion of your event, please submit a summary and supporting materials post event so that we can showcase your efforts at the end of the year.
Previous DEIB initiatives include:
- First-Generation College Celebration at CCA
- A Toolkit for Gathering: A guide to help artists and designers plan gatherings that are authentically inclusive of diverse participants and practices
- Decolonial School - Community Sessions
- Golden Gate Welcome Club events (in partnership with the Lee Newcomer Elementary School)
- Baldwin for Our Times: Writings from James Baldwin for a Time of Sorrow and Struggle
- Home: Making Space for Radical Love + Struggle. The Diversity Studies Faculty Exhibition
- Emory Douglas: Art + Survival / People's Kitchen Collective Reception & Discussion
- Cyanotype + Decolonization Workshop
- Multicultural + Lavender Commencement Ceremonies
- Decolonial Unconference: Dr Dori Tunstall
- Wrestling with Politics: Art, Design, + Activism in Asia
- Land Acknowledgement: Consulting and Outreach to Bay Area Indigenous Communities, Elders
- Make. Act. Resist. A Teach-in on Borders + Migration