For resources and information regarding mental health and counseling, please visit our Health, Wellness & Safety page.

Campus Civility Statement

All Moore students, faculty and staff are expected to sign our Campus Civility Statement upon their arrival to our community, as a pledged commitment to doing one's part to keeping our campus safe and welcoming for all. Download the Campus Civility Statement  

Aftermath Emergency Fund

Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, we are pleased to inform you that an Aftermath Emergency Fund has been set up at the College to provide timely financial support to students facing severe financial hardship. This fund is intended to be a supplemental financial resource for students who are experiencing unexpected emergency expenses that directly impact or jeopardize continued enrollment at Moore.

Students are encouraged to apply for the emergency funds when other traditional methods of funding have been exhausted. 

Examples of qualifying emergency expenses include, but are not limited to:

  • Emergency food or housing assistance
  • Transportation costs associated with an unexpected circumstance
  • Unusual or unforeseen medical expenses

Examples of expenses not covered by the Emergency Fund include:

  • Parking tickets, fines, or other preventable expenses
  • Student conferences or study-abroad opportunities
  • Costs associated with entertainment, recreation, or non-emergency travel

Students are eligible for emergency funding up to $500.00 per academic year and applications for funding will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Priority will be given to students who demonstrate severe financial hardship due to an emergency or unanticipated circumstance.  If you feel you fit this criteria, please complete the emergency fund request form in full here. Your application will be reviewed by key members in Student Affairs and Financial Aid and will be kept confidential.

Should you have any additional questions regarding the emergency fund, please reach out to Dr.  Joshua Wilkin, Dean of Students at

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Access

Moore's Diversity Committee, made up of students, faculty and staff, is open to anyone who would like to join the conversation about how to make the College a more diverse, equitable and inclusive place. General meetings occur on a monthly basis, and are a great place to learn about upcoming initiatives, programming and events related to this work. In addition, a weekly Diversity Newsletter is sent to the broader Moore community with ongoing updates, resources and reminders.

Learn more about DEIA Resources
Learn more about Commuter Resources
Request Aftermath Emergency Funds
Request Meal Vouchers
Request Transportation Assistance

Anna Russell Jones Award
Moore College of Art & Design values diversity in all aspects of the College community, and is committed to achieving increased diversity among its student body. Moore has established the Anna Russell Jones Award and hopes to enhance diversity by encouraging traditionally underrepresented minority students and financially disadvantaged students to apply for the award. Learn more about the Anna Russell Jones Award.

Food & Utilities Insecurity

We know that every college student needs support for food and housing—and while many get that support from their parents, others may need access to additional resources. If you're experiencing food insecurity or facing financial roadblocks with regards to basic needs, you're not alone—and Moore's Student Affairs team is here to help. We have information about resources that will help you access the support you need, so that you can focus on your education and having a memorable college experience. Download a resource PDF from the Hope Center.

Resource Pantry

In addition to non-perishable food, the Resource Pantry offers personal care items, school supplies, art supplies, clothes, and printed & online resources for Moore students who are in need of assistance. The Student Affairs Office Resource Pantry is located on the first floor of Stahl Hall and is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm, no appointment necessary. If you are interested in donating to the Resource Pantry, please visit our Amazon Wish List. We also accept in-person donations Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. In-person donations can be directly dropped off at the Resource Pantry.

Non-Discrimination Policy, Reporting Forms and Related Policies

The College adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, handicap or disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other College-administered programs and employment practices. Retaliation is also prohibited.

Inquiries regarding compliance with the policy regarding non-discrimination may be directed to Joshua Wilkin, Dean of Students, 215.965.4038 or or Rachel Phillips, Director of Human Resources, 215.965.4025 or

For more information and related policies, including our compliance with Title IX and the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, visit our Non-Discrimination Policy page.


Find the staff person below who can help answer questions about one or more of the above subjects.

Joshua Wilkin, PhD

Dean of Students
Email Address
Stahl Hall 106

Claudine Thomas

Chief Academic Officer, Academic Dean
Email Address