The Council for Inclusiveness and Community has organized four committees to focus on the following objectives:
- The Recruitment and Retention Committee: To brainstorm new ways of attracting and retaining students, faculty, and staff of diverse identities including racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, gender, religious and sexual orientation.
- The Building an Inclusive Community Committee: To create and sustain an inclusive community characterized by respect and understanding of the value of all people through co-curricular activities. This committee has challenged the Babson community to “Get in the Game”, which means participating in thought provoking experiences with faculty, students and staff to develop the awareness, skills and competencies necessary to think critically about ourselves and how we interact with the world around us.
- The Inclusive Curriculum Committee: To participate in discussion and support the Undergraduate Academic Policy Committee in incorporating inclusiveness into the curriculum.
- The Inclusive Classroom Experience Committee: To create and provide resources and opportunities for faculty to create and maintain an inclusive classroom experience where students feel comfortable engaging in deep, thought provoking conversations while being respectful of each other and engaging in discussions that are inclusive of all of our identities.