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Admit Weekend. El Centro Chicano welcomed admits with food and music at a reception for families in the Old Union courtyard. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

ICIL Programs

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Explore the different types of programs, opportunities and resources available through Inclusion, Community and Integrative Learning (ICIL). These programs are housed in the ICIL central office and managed by the staff there. For programming from our subunits, please check out each of their sites.

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Peer Mediators

The Peer Mediation Program is for both graduate and undergraduate students and allows for peers serving as neutral and impartial third party to help to mediate conflicts.

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Certificate in Critical Consciousness and Anti-Oppressive Praxis (CCC&AOP)

In solidarity with Stanford University’s mission value of diversity, equity, and inclusion, the ICIL office is offering a Certificate in Critical Consciousness and Anti-Oppressive Praxis (CCC&AOP). The goal of this certificate is to educate and prepare trainees with the tools necessary to navigate a dynamic future from a position of knowledge, empathy, and justice. Specifically, this program is targeted to those individuals pursuing careers in STEM.

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Disability Community Space

Disability is a core identity for the lives of many; it is vital that students with disabilities at Stanford have a space where they can comfortably express themselves and establish a community. It is our mission to combat ableism and microaggressions that are present on campus through the use of the space and reporting. The goal of the Disability Community Space is to nurture an atmosphere where students can advocate for themselves and feel supported in a space that is built to empower and grow alongside its members. For more detailed information, please refer to our webpage for updates on events and resources.

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John Ralston Leadership Initiative

In our quickly changing global landscape, we have a responsibility to ensure that a Stanford education is not only about one’s discipline, but also one’s ability to lead. Our students will be leaders of communities, industry, and government. We bear a responsibility to ensure their leadership changes and shapes our world  for the better.

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Protected Identity Harm Reporting

We envision a process that will create an environment where students who report harm feel heard and supported. 

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Undocumented at Stanford

Our mission is to provide undocumented and DACAmented students with an equitable education that meets their specific needs and to continue dialogues of community between students, faculty, and staff.