The Multicultural Center strives to provide initiatives that foster intercultural interaction and support and heighten the university’s commitment to student retention and success. The center offers the following to meet this mission:
Welcome Receptions are bi-annual events invites members of religious, faith and ethnic communities to campus, as well as the LGBTQIQA community.
Multicultural Center Open House
The Multicultural Center Open House invites the Georgia State University community to join the Multicultural Center and meet our student organizations, departments within the Division of Student Affairs and more!
Community Connections (C Squared)
The Multicultural Center offers Community Conversations to provide an opportunity for students to develop a network of support with faculty, staff and other students from their cultural community.
Culture of Care: Bias and the Bystander Workshop
Bias and the Bystander workshops invite students to engage in a workshop that will address bias, bystander intervention and hate speech and create an inclusive campus community.
Intersections of Identity
Intersections of Identity conversations invite students into the center to have conversations about the experiences of intersecting identities on campus.
Multicultural Programming Council
The Multicultural Center coordinates a Multicultural Programming Council that functions as the advisory board to the Multicultural Center and its programs. The council consists of student leaders of multicultural groups who provide input on events and initiatives developed and supported by the Multicultural Center. The council also provides workshops, advisement and funding to student groups.
Social Justice Retreat
An opportunity for student leaders to immerse in experiences that focus on building cultural competence and connecting membership in an identity-based student organization with their personal and academic goals and life purpose.
The Multicultural Center advises and provides support to several chartered student organizations on campus, including:
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Advisor, Dr. Jeffrey Coleman, Director, Multicultural Center