The Office of Multicultural Affairs’ mission is to promote diversity, as well as student leadership and development by contributing to the recruitment and retention of the under-represented student population and to the creation and maintenance of a more inclusive learning community. The office serves as a central base for all cultural student organizations and it aims to create a more inclusive learning campus community.
Students have the opportunity to interact on a fun social level in a dance class where they will learn Salsa, merengue, cumbia, and bachata, the most popular dances in the Hispanic/Latino culture. On the following week “Salsa on the Hill” will give students a chance to practice what they’ve learned in a real outdoor …
July 20, 2015
Incoming students are invited to a welcome reception hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs to help new and returning Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Asian/Pacific American, International students and the incoming NSE participants begin their cultural and social transition to PVAMU. We will present our office initiatives, resources, and student leaders, and dialogue on our expectations for and …
July 7, 2015
The goal of this event is to inspire students to take their own “first step,” give the students ideas about how to do so, and provide opportunities to get involved with participating in the National Student Exchange Program. An informational table will be set up at the Memorial Student Center and a panel of …
July 7, 2015
Diwali observance known as festival of lights. A religious festival among Hindus. Diwali is celebrated as per luni-solar based Hindu calendar, it date(s) varies on Gregorian calendar and usually falls in mid-October and mid-November. Join us for these festivities to be held on MSC North Lawn sidewalks.
July 1, 2015
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