SCORE: Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment
Who We Are
SCORE is more than an office or department; we seek to build a community of people dedicated to enhancing and supporting inclusion at Scripps College and beyond through programming and advising within a social justice framework. SCORE has a strong collaborative relationship with Scripps International Students, Wanawake Weusi, Café con Leche, the Asian American Student Union, the Asian American Sponsor Program, the Disability, Illness, and Difference Alliance, Family, and Coalition Against Classism. SCORE also has a kitchen, living room, and conference room for student use by reservation; you can find us located on the north side of campus, next to the Student Activities and Residential Life Office (SARLO) and across from Frankel/Routt Residence Halls.
- Engage students through mission-driven programming
- Encourage students to explore the intersectionality of identity
- Empower student organizations affiliated with SCORE through leadership development
- Empower students’ social consciousness
- Establish SCORE as a visible and engaged part of the Scripps community
Ways to Get Involved
- Come to SCORE programs and workshops: open to all
- Work at SCORE: we have work study and non-work study jobs
- Hang out: SCORE is a space
SCORE can provide support and resources when:
- you would like to partner with SCORE to program an event focusing on the promotion of identity and social justice;
- you want to plan an event that relates to SCORE’s mission and have questions about resources or need extra guidance;
- you want to explore issues of identity personally or more broadly;
- you want SCORE staff to lead training or a workshop on diversity and/or social justice for your club, organization, or department;
- you need assistance facilitating a workshop or program related to identity, diversity or social justice; or
- you want to be connected with resources or services in the 5-C or broader community
The SCORE Leadership Council is a collective created to encourage growth of organizations and collaboration between SCORE and the various CLORGs.
Leadership Council aims to be a productive space to build community, coalitions (when applicable), empower leadership, and discuss opportunities, programs, and events.
A student representative from the following organizations will serve on the Council:
Asian American Student Union (AASU)
Asian American Sponsor Program (AASP)
Coalition Against Classism (CAC)
Café con Leche (CCL)
Disability, Illness, and Difference Alliance (DIDA)
Scripps Associated Students (SAS Diversity and Inclusivity Chair)
Scripps International Students (SIS)
- Sustained Dialogues helps people to transform relationships by listening deeply enough to be shift perspective.
- Our conversations aim to understand and learn from the different perspectives around the table and build relationships among people that are different from ourselves.
This semester our dialogue groups will focus on the following issues:
First Year Experience
Participants will explore first-year experiences with identity as well as the personal implications of Core I. We hope to create a self-reflective space that fosters deeper understanding and thoughtful consideration of difference in one another. (This group is only open to first year students).
Race and Class
This dialogue group is centered around having thoughtful and open conversations about students’ experiences with race and class on and off Scripps campus. We will have the opportunity to learn from and value the unique perspectives of our peers.
BIG P little p Politics: Power, Privilege and Political Action
Join us in a dialogue group centering and deconstructing politics. We will consider how our identities shape and inform our understanding of politics ranging from local grassroots and community resistance to elections and (mis)representation.
- Sustained Dialogues: Scripps College Facebook.