Multicultural Programs


Book and Video Library

A large collection of books and dvds by or about minority and international populations are available for checkout by the entire campus community. Easy sign and go policy. We just ask that items are returned within one week. Click here to see the large selection we have!

To send us your recommendations for additions to our library, please email us!   

Graduation Stoles & Pins

Each spring our Office provides multicultural stoles for graduating students at a cost of $25.00. The categories available include African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, GLBTQ, Latino, Jewish, and Native American. Graduation pins are also provided to students who studied abroad. Each pin displays a coupling of the US flag with the flag of the country where the student studied and earned university credit. Sign ups for these stoles and pins begin each February and the deadline to order stoles is March, 25th. Students can request a stole or pin by coming to the office or by emailing Nighat Shah

Guest Speaker Grants

Faculty and Culture & Justicel clubs are invited to apply for guest speaker grants. These grants are awarded on a first come first served basis. The speaker must address issues related to U.S. minority groups, international issues, or social justice. Get your application here.

Games and Cultural Music Library

The Multicultural Office has a wide variety of cultural music and board games available for check out. Just stop by the office to check them out. Click here to view the list!

Diversity Leadership Award

Each year graduating seniors select the professor who has contributed most to their understanding and appreciation of diversity.  The "Diversity Professor of the Year" award is presented to this professor at the Senior Awards Banquet.  In addition, graduating seniors who contribute to the learning and appreciation of diversity within the campus community are selected to receive the "Student Diversity Action Award" by faculty and administrators.

Mini-Grant Opportunities

Campus community members are invited to apply for mini-grants to help promote diversity on campus.   These grants are for up to $500 each.  For applications visit the Multicultural Programs Office (SUB) or view the Mini-Grant Application Process 2013-2014. There is also an application for Faculty Guest Speaker Grants here.