Multicultural Affairs

Multicultural Affairs

The mission of the Office Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is to support the personal, academic, cultural and social experience of ethnic minority students and students from other historically under-represented backgrounds; promote the retention of ethnic minority students; provide opportunities for university-wide multicultural education, interaction and dialogue designed to support the growth and development of all students; and to provide individual support and advocacy to ethnic minority students through programming, counseling and advising.

Signature Programs

  • Ally Program
  • Heritage Month Celebrations
  • Minority Student Retreat
  • MLK Celebration
  • OMA Bowl
  • OMA Karoake
  • OMA Lunch Series
  • These Are Our Stories
  • Your Voices (Newsletter)

Other Services, Events, Programs

  • Academic/Personal One-ones
  • Individual Support Groups
  • Diversity Workshops/Training
  • Advising culturally-focused student organizations
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Opening Convocation

President Stanley T. Wearden will present his State of the University address.  New faculty will be introduced and several athletic awards, including...

Auditions for THE LIBRARY by Scott Z Burns

After Caitlin Gabriel survives a school shooting, she finds it difficult for others to believe her story. Other narratives have already appeared in the...

Auditions for THE LIBRARY by Scott Z Burns

After Caitlin Gabriel survives a school shooting, she finds it difficult for others to believe her story. Other narratives have already appeared in the...