Center for Equity, Empowerment, and Inclusion
The Marlboro Center for Equity, Empowerment, and Inclusion seeks to support, retain, and sustain all Marlboro students who identify as underrepresented due to race, class, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender expression, ability, and veteran status. The Center provides tools, resources, and assistance to establish a learning environment in which underrepresented students will learn about diversity, social justice, power, and privilege. There are six rooms in the Center housing the following groups: Queer Resource Center, Living in Color, Women’s Resource Center, Spiritual Life Committee, and a dedicated study space for students with learning differences. There is also a common space in which the Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce holds its weekly meetings.