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Office of Multicultural Student Services
The mission of the Office of Multicultural Student Services is to create a campus environment for African American, Asian American, Latino American, and Native American students that is conducive to learning by providing programs and services that meet the needs of these students.
African American Student Enrichment Initiatives Office
The Africian American Student Enrichment Initiatives Office promotes awareness and appreciation for the African-American college experience through services, programs, and events designed to enhance academic excellence and strengthen cultural competence for the campus and surrounding communities. The AASEIO provides students increased access to college academic advisers, student leaders, mentorship programs, new student orientation, leadership development, and academic support services.
Office of Latino Initiatives
The Office of Latino Initiatives forms partnerships with communities, K-12 public and private schools, and businesses in efforts to close the Latino achievement gap. These partnerships give Hispanic students support needed to succeed from kindergarten through high school and beyond.
Office of LGBT Initiatives
The Office of LGBT Initiatives develops, delivers, and coordinates programs and services to provide outreach, support, advocacy, and community building for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning students, undergraduate and graduate students who self-identify as non-heterosexual, and their allies.
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