The desired outcome of equity, diversity and inclusion efforts at TMCC is to achieve an environment that it is welcoming and supportive for ALL students, administration, faculty and staff.
This welcoming environment is regardless of personal experiences, values, and worldviews that arise from differences of culture and circumstance including national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, language, abilities/disabilities, sexual orientation, gender identity and more.
As an institution of higher education, our responsibility to our students remains unchanged. As our campus community continues to discuss the national climate, it is important to do so in a manner that is constructive, collaborative and embraces our common humanity.
- Have you experienced threats or harassment? Contact TMCC's Student Conduct Officer Tony Futia at 775-673-7270
- Have you experienced discrimination? Contact TMCC's Human Resources Director Roni Fox at 775-674-7654
Should you or someone you know need assistance, below are some resources. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or any other resources you may feel are helpful.
- TMCC's Counseling Center is available to provide crisis counseling. In Fall 2016, they created "Post-Election Emotional Support Resources" which can be obtained from their office.
- TMCC's International Student Services is here to support International students.
- NSHE's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available anytime. The EAP program is a confidential assessment and referral service specifically designed to assist employees and families in handling personal and work-related issues.
- TMCC's Community Resources for Students is a comprehensive list of multiple local assistance agencies.
- Information on financial aid options for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and undocumented students.
- The Solace Tree (775-324-7723) is a local center for children, teens, and adults to express their feelings in a safe and loving environment.
- Crisis Call Center (775-784-8090, Text: “ANSWER” to 839863) provides confidential, 24-hour suicide prevention, crisis counseling and referral to other supportive resources.
- Tu Casa Latina (775-432-9929) is geared toward helping immigrant women, men, and children.
- American Civil Liberties Union (775-786-6757) advocates for civil liberties and civil rights of all people in the United States.
- Speak Up! is a guide by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
- National Immigrant and Refugee Resources: Sanctuary campus information and resources by Portland State University.
- Immigrants Rising provides assistance for undocumented young people to learn about possible immigration options.
- Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund: The leading civil rights voice of the Latino community.
- National Immigration Law Center: Immigration resources and frequently asked questions.