The Cultural Center is the hub for Equity and Inclusivity activity on campus. The Center is a co-curricular activity of the Humanities Department in collaboration with the Office of Student Life, and is overseen by the Director for Equity and Inclusivity.
The Cultural Center serves four functions:
Students have access to books, audio, and visual materials on areas of study mentioned in Mission Statement above. Students are welcome to study in the center during hours of operation.
The center will provide a space where presentations, roundtable discussions, and other events (consistent with mission above) will take place.
The Center provides a meeting place for on-campus student organizations whose goals are consistent with the center’s mission.
Providing students with information about colleges/ universities, corporations, government agencies, and non-profit organizations with majors or missions pertaining to any of the following specialized areas: Ethnic Studies/American Studies/Cultural Studies, Women/Gender Studies, Queer Studies, Religion and Spirituality, and Disability Studies.
Northeast corner of the 900 building, also known as the Student Activities Center or "the old cafeteria"