Commissions, Committees and Councils

  • ADA Committee
    • The Americans with Disabilities Act Committee is a campus-wide group with the primary goal of promoting and advancing University policies and procedures that provide access to employment, services, and programs, which result in equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities. The committee's name reflects the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, which prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in employment, public services and transportation, public accommodations, and telecommunications services. The Director for Equity and Compliance serves as the ADA Coordinator for the University.
    • The ADA Committee supports the existing University services via consultation and education. The committee meets twice a semester and includes members from the faculty, non-instructional staff, and students. Membership is open to any interested person at the University. The committee works to provide bridges to facilitate better understanding between disabled and nondisabled persons and to enable all members of the campus community to benefit from improved educational opportunities. (ADA Committee Members)
  • Campus Climate Intervention Team
  • Council for Diversity, Inclusion and Academic Excellence
  • Frederick Douglass Society
  • LGBTQIA+ University Caucus
  • Multicultural Faculty Commission
  • University Military Veterans Coordinating Committee  (2023-2024 Committee Members)
    • West Chester University is committed to developing and sustaining programs that foster student success and support  the experience of our current and future military veteran students and their families.  Under the leadership of the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer and the Coordinator of the Greg and Sandra Weisenstein Veterans Center, this committee strives to
      • work in collaboration to promote best practices across the university,
      • ensure consistent and sustained support for veterans, 
      • collaborate with local communities and organizations, including government agencies that support student veteran transition and success,
      • and promote their well-being and connectedness to the campus community.
  • President's Commission on the Status of Women
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