Our Mission

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.

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National Student Exchange Info Day

September 3 @ 10:00 am - 1:30 pm

Diversity Dialogues

September 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

National Student Exchange Info Day

October 1 @ 10:00 am - 1:30 pm

"Loteria" (Bingo Night)

Portrait of "Loteria" (Bingo Night)

Mexican Bingo “Loteria” is a traditional card game similar to Bingo. However, it is also a form of folk art, as each of the colorful cards has an image of popular Mexican figures. The game ...

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11th Annual Salsa on the "Hill"

Portrait of 11th Annual Salsa on the "Hill"

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 ...

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OMA Welcome to the "Hill" Reception

Portrait of OMA Welcome to the "Hill" Reception

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 ...

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Hispanic Heritage "Kick Off"

Portrait of Hispanic Heritage "Kick Off"

Featuring Mariachi Mexico 85′ live performance. “El Grito” September 16th, Mexican Independence Day. Experience a celebration of Mexico and Central America’s Independence Day, filled with traditions and traditional music and dances.  

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Diwali Light Festivities

Portrait of Diwali Light Festivities

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 ...

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