Broaden your perspective
The Office of Multicultural Affairs serves as an advocate, sanctuary, and resource for all students, faculty, and staff in an effort to increase diversity, cultural awareness, and multiculturalism at Stevenson University. By exploring areas of interest, providing teachable moments, and acknowledging the value of both differences and similarities between individuals and groups on campus, the OMA bridges the gap to broader understanding and acceptance for all memebers of the Stevenson community who come from diverse backgrounds, lifestyles, and beliefs.
From freshmen orientation through graduation, OMA supports individual students and student organizations with social and academic development, partnering with other on-campus resources such as Academic Support Services, Student Activities and Residence Life.
Throughout the year, the OMA offers presentations, retreats, workshops, and seminars to create awareness of other cultures and beliefs, and develop a positive dialogue on issues of gender, race, religion, and ethnicity. The OMA invites you to participate in their annual events, including Multicultural Week, a tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., the Tunnel of Oppression exhibition, and a tribute to the victims of September 11. The OMA also sponsors a monthly Round Table student-driven discussion on varying topics including civility, racism, current events, campus community and diversity.
Terrence Roberts of the "Little Rock Nine" visited campus to speak with students as part of this year's Multicultural Awareness Week.
See more photos from his visit.
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