Diversity and Inclusion

Below are resources available locally and nationally, to help support a diverse group of students and your needs.

Upcoming Events

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Movie Night and Talk

Thursday, May 2, 2024, 6-8 p.m.: A Tale of Three Chinatowns

Goodstein Foundation Library, Room 215, Casper College campus

Join Andrew Young, Ph.D., physics and astronomy instructor at Casper College for a brief pre-show discussion. Learn about Dr. Young’s early childhood in Boston’s Chinatown and delight in his memories of delicious dim sum, double parking, and the sounds of mahjong tiles and firecrackers in the distance. Free and open to the public.

At Casper College, you are welcomed into a safe, inclusive community and educational environment.

The college supports individuals from diverse cultures, abilities and ideas surrounding:

  • Ethnicity
  • Race
  • Ability
  • Mental Health
  • Sex
  • Gender Identity
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Immigration Status or International Students
  • Religion
  • First-Generation College Students
  • Socioeconomic Status
  • Age
  • Veterans/Military-Affiliated Students
  • Single Parents

Campus resources

Name Change — If you are a current student and would like the name you use at Casper College to match your gender identity and preferred name, you can fill out a chosen name change form to do so. This is not a legal name change; but will allow you to update your student ID card, myCCinfo portal, student email address, and name on classroom rosters. For any questions, please contact the Student Success Center.

Gender-Neutral Bathrooms — Anyone may use bathrooms labeled “restroom” in Aley Hall 303C and 303D; Ag Barn 105; Career Studies 139; Gateway 313, 314, and 410; Health Science 126; Krampert Theater 124A; Liesinger Hall 134; Library 226; Music 213 and 215; Physical Science 332; Strausner Hall 221G; Tate Museum 106; Student Union 117, 207, 222, 459, and 460; Visual Arts 122 and 215; Werner Ag 115; and Werner Tech 113.

Menstrual Products — Restrooms equipped with free menstrual products are located in Physical Science (2nd floor, women’s); Union/University (1st floor lobby, gender-neutral restroom in the middle of two other restrooms); Library (upper floor, near the Western History Center); and Liesinger Hall (women’s, near the LH Gym). Products are provided by Casper College Student Senate.

Lactation Rooms — A lactation room at the Goodstein Foundation Library can be reserved online. A lactation room in the Walter H. Nolte Gateway Center is located on the second floor, room 209.

Casper area resources

Online/National Resources

This page is curated by the Diversity and Inclusion Committee. The committee also provides a monthly newsletter; if you’d like you can view the archive of past newsletters.