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Cross Cultural Center

The primary mission of the Cross Cultural Center is to educate our campus community on issues relating to social identity development— in terms of race and ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, socioeconomic status or ability — and how those factors can impact one’s college experience. The Cross Cultural Center is invested in fostering a campus that supports student development, global citizenship, community involvement, and leadership as core values of our diversity education initiatives.

Usually referred as the Tri-C, our center is a safe space open to all university students, faculty, and staff. Our center is home to the:

  • Multicultural Student Council (MSC) — comprising of 14 student organizations

  • Interfaith Initiatives— cultivating interfaith cooperation and understanding through dialogue and service

  • First-Generation Peer Mentor Program— offering academic, social, and financial mentoring to our first generation students

  • Safe Zone— educating and developing awareness for LGBTQIA+ identities


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