Student Clubs that Support this Initiative

The Center for Inclusion and Diversity collaborates with faculty and staff across campus to provide spaces for students who may be underrepresented in higher education to find each other and build community.  Here are the meet ups for spring 2023:

Find Your People

We know college is a lot.  It also feels a little easier with a support system.  Pop into one of our meet-up groups to connect with others who may have similar experiences or identities.  These are spaces for you to listen, share, vent, encourage, and let our college know how we can best support you.  If there isn’t a group for you yet, talk to us about starting one!

BIPOC Time to Connect

This is a space for students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color to come together to build friendships, find support, and express to the college the needs of these communities.

  • 2/22       3:00        Center for Multicultural Excellence (1235)
  • 3/29       3:00       Center for Multicultural Excellence (1235)
  • 4/26       3:00        Center for Multicultural Excellence (1235)

Adult Learner Meet Up

Whether new or returning to college, our learners who are 25+ often face unique challenges and juggle lots of priorities.  We’re here to tell you you’re not alone.  We’re working on a hybrid model, so that folks can join on campus or during a lunch break elsewhere via zoom:

  • 2/9         12:00     Red Fox Room | Lakewood Campus 1105 or via zoom
  • 3/9         12:00     Red Fox Room | Lakewood Campus 1105 or via zoom
  • 4/13       12:00     Red Fox Room | Lakewood Campus 1105 or via zoom


New to the LGBTQ+ community?  New to Red Rocks?  Have questions?  We’re here for it all! This is a time and space to connect with other LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty for conversation and community-building. 

  • 2/14       12:00     LGBTQ+ Center (Lakewood Campus 1236)
  • 3/14       12:00     LGBTQ+ Center (Lakewood Campus 1236)
  • 4/11       12:00     LGBTQ+ Center (Lakewood Campus 1236)

Time to Connect – Students with Disabilities

This is an opportunity for students with any type of disability, chronic health condition, mental or emotional illness, learning difference, or ADHD to connect with peers, talk about your experience at RRCC, support each other, and learn about resources. A staff member of the college will be available to provide information and answers questions. 

  • 2/7         3:00 – 4:00          The Hub (1241)
  • 3/8         12:00 – 1:00        The Hub (1241)
  • 2/21       3:00 – 4:00          The Hub (1241) - Self Advocacy Workshop

Student Clubs

Student clubs and organizations pursue goals that support a variety of common interests and ideas among students. Organized through the office of Student Life, there are a number of clubs that may be of interest to you. Below is a list of existing student clubs that serve historically underrepresented students, and a full list of student clubs can be found on the Student Life website. 

If you don’t see a club that serves a need for you, we’d love to help you start one!

Cultural Diversity Club

President: Ginger Rose

Rainbow Alliance

President: Nico Gambone
Advisor: Jeremy Savage

Veterans Club

Advisors:  Merri Mattison—303.914.6635, Paul Gallagher—303.914.6123