Equity, Inclusion, & Community Engagement
Western Technical College is committed to recognizing the value each student brings to campus. While we share many similarities with one another, we also have our own unique backgrounds, experiences, needs, culture, skills, and stories. We value your commitment and want to help you thrive and reach your fullest potential at Western.
Get engaged. Share your strengths. Be empowered.
The SPACE – The Student Place of Action, Culture, and Empowerment
The Student Place of Action, Culture, and Empowerment (The SPACE) is housed on the second floor of the Student Success Center in Room 222. We offer individualized support and advocacy, coaching, opportunities for engaging in your education while at Western, and the Cavalier Cupboard, campus food pantry. The Department of Equity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement is housed within this area.
The physical space offers a relaxing atmosphere to socialize, meet new folks, and study. We offer board games, private study rooms, free printing, snacks, and coffee.
Check out our events and organizations. All students are invited to attend them. Visit Western ENGAGE for more opportunities.
Use these forms to report concerns or incidents related to your student experience, an equity issue, and/or hate or bias incident.
- Bias Incident Report Form - To report hate or bias incidents based on gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.
- Sexual Harassment and Discrimination - To report an incident involving an allegation of sexual misconduct such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking, and/or any incident of discrimination based on a protected characteristic.
- Feedback Form - To submit a compliment, suggestion or concern regarding Western personnel, services, programs or activities, processes, or facilities.
- View other reporting forms
Being a college student is challenging, and right now things are more challenging than ever. To continue focusing on your school, career, and graduation goals, you may need resources for yourself or your family. There are a number of them available here at Western as well as within the La Crosse and surrounding communities.