Olympic College Equity Statement

Equity in education is realized when we...

  • Prevent and remove barriers for groups of students with histories of exclusion, discrimination, and marginalization
  • Achieve equal educational outcomes for historically marginalized groups relative to their peers
  • Lead with racial equity to maximize student potential across all social identities, including race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual identity, gender identity, ability, age, national origin, citizenship, and religion
  • Maintain a culture of belonging that advances racial, social and economic justice in service to our diverse communities

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Olympic College is recruiting a Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (VPDEI). Visit our employment portal to learn more about this incredible opportunity!

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Equity Events

Equity Events

At Olympic College, we know that events outside the classroom are an important part of your education. Each quarter, we host numerous events and activities that help build a strong community where students feel welcome and supported. We hope you will engage in our campus community at an upcoming event.

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Programs & Services

Olympic College is committed to ensuring equitable access and outcomes for all programs and services we provide. Click a tile to learn about the equity-centered programming we offer. 

Equity Toolkit

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Equity Toolkit

The Equity Toolkit provides a wealth of resources that shine a light on the complexity, nuance, and importance of the topics covered. The toolkit includes: 

  • Glossary of Terms
  • Reentry Support
  • Racial Justice books and websites

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Media Coverage

Presidential Equity & Excellence Lecture Series

 The first lecture, on Jan. 11 2017, featured Civil Rights activist, scholar and author Angela Davis, and was attended by more than 800 from the community and generated significant media coverage: 

The second lecture, featuring University of Illinois African American studies professor Dr. Barbara Ransby, was held at Bremerton's historic Admiral Theater.