International, third-culture, African-American, Asian-American/Pacific-Islander, American-Indian/Alaskan-Native, and Latina/o-American students all provide a richness of culture that is integral to the University. With an institutional commitment to be inclusive and embrace all people, the Office of Intercultural Life sponsors and advises ethnic student organizations and provides individual support for international, third-culture, and U.S. ethnic minority students.
The office of Intercultural Life creates a safe and inclusive environment where students from diverse backgrounds feel supported and have opportunities for positive and affirming community through student organizations.
International, third culture, and US ethnic minority students all provide a richness of culture that is celebrated on campus, creating a sense of pride as well as opportunities for students to flourish.
Students are empowered to share their cultural heritage, as well as learn from other cultures, through campus wide festivals and diversity dialogues.