Emphasizing the power of diversity.
Our Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) functions as a campus resource dedicated to increasing diversity, cultural awareness, and multiculturalism at Stevenson. OMA encourages you to explore diverse backgrounds, lifestyles, and beliefs.
What We Do
- Conduct workshops and seminars to develop awareness of other cultures and beliefs
- Assist with orientation and retention of students of color
- Advise established multicultural groups
- Promote dialogue on issues of gender, race, religion, and culture
- Assess needs for additional clubs, groups, workshops, and events
- Work with Academic Support Services to support the success and retention of underrepresented groups
- Work with faculty and staff to establish academic, social, and cultural programs that will contribute to university life
The Round Table
The Round Table is a student-driven discussion that is held monthly in the Student Activities Conference Room. Topics include civility, racism, current events, and diversity.
- Tunnel of Oppression: Presents memorabilia, posters, artwork, and performances that showcase oppression and encourage an enhanced understanding of suffering in our global community
- Multicultural Week: Showcases our cultural similarities and differences in the spirit of humanity; activities aim to foster conversation among peers
- 9/11 Tributes: Honors the lives lost on 9/11; On the 10-year anniversary in 2011, we planted 2,300+ American flags in memory
- MLK Tribute: Celebrates the life of the Martin Luther King, Jr. and his accomplishments.
Stevenson University's Diversity Statement
The University commits itself to diversity as it relates to awareness, education, and practice at every level of the organization. The University embraces people of all backgrounds, defined by, but not limited to, ethnicity, culture, race, gender, class, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, learning styles, and political perspectives. The University believes its core values are strengthened when all of its individual members have voice and representation. The resulting inclusive organizational climate promotes the development of broad-minded members of the University who positively influence their local and global communities.
Have a Question?
100 Campus Circle
Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
Rockland Center 207
Director of Multicultural Affairs