Diversity and inclusion are not only central to the student experience, they are key components to learning and development. Multicultural Affairs recognizes that identity, social responsibility, allyship, and equity must be addressed at multiple, interconnected levels to best support students' various developmental stages.
Each student brings to campus many cultures, experiences, and perspectives and Multicultural Affairs serves as a resource for them to capitalize on the rich education and growth found in the active exchange across multiple identities within a community. Multicultural Affairs' advisors provide programs, resources, and a supportive environment for personal identity development, mentorship, intercultural learning, social justice education, and institutional advocacy.
Through strong collaborations with students, within Undergraduate Student Life, and across the University, Multicultural Affairs’ three-tiered approach centers on internal and external partnerships, and shared accountability.