Stop Hate

Hate is not an Aggie value.

The School of Law Diversity Council would like to affirm to every law school student, faculty, and staff member that Texas A&M University and the law school are deeply committed to diversity, civility, and inclusion. 

As a major public institution of higher education, Texas A&M University has both an extraordinary opportunity and a special responsibility to create and maintain a climate that affirms diversity of persons as well as diversity of views. Diversity is an indispensable component of academic excellence. A commitment to diversity means a commitment to the inclusion, welcome, and support of individuals from all groups, encompassing the various characteristics of persons in our community. Among these characteristics are race, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, age, socioeconomic background, religion, sexual orientation, and disability. As we harness the power of diversity, we will provide students, faculty, and staff a university experience rich in perspectives and opportunities to learn from each other.

In the spirit of shared responsibility, we encourage each University unit, student organization, and campus community member to help make our campus a welcoming place for all.


If you are a subject of or witness to an act of intolerance or hate at the Texas A&M School of Law campus in Fort Worth, please report it immediately using this form on the Law School's website (the form may be submitted anonymously by not filling in your name or email address):

In case of emergency at the Texas A&M School of Law campus in Fort Worth, please contact the TAMU Law security first at 817-212-3999. If you are in an emergency situation that requires immediate medical, psychological, or police services, call 911.

The Diversity Council aims to advance diversity, mutual respect, and tolerance and to support all in our law school community. Please reach out to us for support. (Click this link for the list of Council members.)

We are here for you.
The School of Law Diversity Council