Multicultural Student Groups

Overview

Do you want to get to know exciting people? Share your ideas? Be challenged to go beyond yourself? No one understands more than the people who know where you're coming from.

The 16 student groups listed below function independently with their own respective executive boards. However, throughout the year, many collaborations between the groups occur and are continuously encouraged and supported. In addition, many Denison students are involved in two or more multi-cultural student groups.

The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs also works with each of the student groups and is currently in the process of helping all groups facilitate better communication within and among the multi-cultural student groups, as well as providing resources to the leadership structures already in place. Denison encourages you to join with domestic students of color, international students, or other special interest groups, in one of our influential shared interest student organizations. You'll be surprised what you can accomplish just by working together.

Other Student Groups

In addition to the multicultural student groups listed above that directly work with our office, other groups on campus exist which involve multi-cultural student group leaders and members, other Denisonian students, and faculty and staff.

  • Cross-Cultural Community
  • Denison Religious Understanding
  • Listening for a Change (L4C)
  • The Amava Dialogues