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Uncovering Your Diverse College Community

Uncovering Your Diverse College Community

Presenter: Nora Sobel

a diverse group of studentsAt Red River College Polytechnic, we believe diversity makes us stronger and drives innovation. Learn more about how you contribute to making our College community diverse and unique, and some helpful strategies to be successful in our culturally diverse classroom. 

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Welcoming Gender and Sexual Diversity

Welcoming Gender and Sexual Diversity

Presenter: Nora Sobel

RRC Pride eventAt Red River College Polytechnic, we are dedicated to fostering an environment in which all students feel welcomed, respected and supported. Learn more about the complexity and fluidity of the gender and sexual diversity spectrum, and some of the inclusive supports you can find at the College. 

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Academic Supports for Students with Disabilities

Academic Supports for Students with Disabilities

Host: Academic Success Centre; Presenters: Chris Harder and Kyle Schewe

Man using assistive technologies working at a computerAt Red River College Polytechnic, we are committed to striving to identify and eliminate barriers that prevent full student participation. Learn more about academic supports available to students with disabilities, and how academic support plans can help you succeed at College. 

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Truth and Reconciliation: Next Steps and Moving Forward

Truth and Reconciliation: Next Steps and Moving Forward 

Host: Truth and Reconciliation at RRC; Presenters: Carla Kematch, Ms Una Swan  

Tee-pee on lawn at NDC campusAt Red River College Polytechnic, we understand that at the heart of our Truth and Reconciliation work is the need to create strong relationships built on trust, respect and inclusion. Learn more about how Truth and Reconciliation belongs to, and is the responsibility of every person in Canada, and how by working together we can move forward in a way that is mutually beneficial to all peoples.

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