Programs & Services

The Office of Intercultural Programs serves both the entire campus community and the international, third-culture, and U.S. ethnic students at the University. The office offers cultural programs that impact student learning and encourage cultural competence by increasing awareness, understanding, respect and appreciation of cultural diversity. The office also provides individual support for international, third-culture, and U.S. ethnic students and sponsors and advises ethnic student organizations.

A variety of educational and social cultural activities, events, as well as service opportunities are offered to the campus community. Each year students can attend cultural festivals and programs on campus and in the surrounding community, see a cultural movie, participate in a diversity dialogue with guest speakers or faculty members, worship with an ethnic congregation, or serve as a volunteer for a Martin Luther King Jr. Day community service project.

  • Movie Nights
  • Cultural Showcase
  • Diversity Dialogue - To offer an opportunity for open discussion on issues of cultural diversity.