About Us

The Center for Intercultural Engagement is located in the Alumni Memorial Union (Room 111). The Center is staff by full-time professional staff, graduate assistant, and student Program Assistants. The Center offers a space for students to study, hang out, and socialize. The Center is open for use, by reservation, for student organizations.

Some of the identities that we focus on within our larger office in our programming and services can include, but are not limited to: Black/African American, Latinx, Native/Indigenous, LGBTQIA+, Women, Asian and Pacific Islander, International Students, and the intersections of all these and other identities.  Although our work focuses primarily on these identities through our Heritage, History, and Awareness Month programming, our office is open to all students and fosters productive dialogue and interactions around inclusivity and multicultural engagement.

CIE Initiatives and Support

Mentorship and Campus Referrals

Book Loan Program

Leadership Development & Employment Opportunities

Multicultural Student Council

Student Organization Advising

Computer(s) for Student Use         

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Resources

Diversity Advocates

Diversity advocates

Diversity Advocates provide support, mentorship, and advocacy to students, as well as opportunities for education and discussion around issues of diversity. More information.