Inclusivity & Support
We're committed to providing a supportive, inclusive and equitable campus environment for all Moore students.
For resources and information regarding mental health and counseling, please visit our Health & Wellness 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
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
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.
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.
Non-Discrimination Policy, Reporting Forms and Related Policies
- Sexual or Gender-Based Discrimination, Harassment or Misconduct Report Form
- Bias Incident Reporting Form