Slayter Union 401
|Erik S. Farley||Associate Dean/Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, (740) 587-6605|
|Mark Anthony Arceno||Program Coordinator, email@example.com, (740)-587-8687|
|Beth White||Administrative Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org, (740) 587 - 8656|
Our 21st century graduates will have the capacity to process more information than any other generation that has preceded them. They will be forced to rethink the world in which they live and will have to face the reality that the only way to deal effectively with sufficiency is to develop a strong communal base. This communal base will require students to find ways to connect with each other irrespective of their varied backgrounds and differences.
The Office of Multi-Cultural Student Affairs assumes an active role in helping students find ways to connect. Through a spectrum of learning experiences and educational services we seek to help create and sustain a campus environment where students not only respect themselves but but enjoy mutual respect among the student body across ethnic-racial, cultural, religious, gender, (dis)ability and sexual orientation lines. The Office of Multi-Cultural Student Affairs works very closely with academic, administrative departments, and campus organizations to develop interventions which will have a profound impact on students as they move from entry to graduation.
For more information, go to Multicultural Student Affairs.