Cultural Programs & Training
Cultural Heritage Celebrations
In line with our dedication to celebrating cultures and promoting awareness, Multicultural Affairs hosts several events to celebrate various cultural heritages. Events include, but are not limited to Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Native American Heritage Month.
Multicultural Networking Events
Multicultural Affairs hosts a number of networking events to welcome multicultural students to campus and help them network with individuals who share similar identities.
Workshops & Training
Multicultural Affairs offers a number of workshops & training for faculty, staff, and students at ASU. To schedule a specialized workshop or training for your department or organization, email us at AstateMC@astate.edu or call 870.680.4052.
Women & Gender Programs
Gender Identity & LGBT+ Lecture Series
Each year, the Multicultural Center sponsors a lecture to discuss topics and promote awareness for issues surrounding the gender, sexuality, and the LGBT+ community.
Women's History Month Luncheon
This event celebrates the accomplishments of women around the globe.
Military & Veteran Programs
Veterans Welcome Event
An event to welcome military and veteran students and help them connect campus resources.
Veterans Day Celebration
This is an event in celebration of the Federal Veterans Day.
Veterans Recognition Ceremony
This is a ceremony held each spring for military and veteran student graduates.
Non-Traditional Student Programs
Fall Festival/ Spring Festival
Food, fun, music and networking for non-traditional students and their families.
Non-Traditional Education Panels
A discussion forum for non-traditional student concerns.
Busy non-traditional student? Enjoy lunch on us.
Non-Traditional Student Night Out
Night out on the town for non-traditional students.
Leadership & Success Programs
Multicultural Ambassadors are students who take an active role in educational, cultural, social, and leadership opportunities for students on campus as it pertains to multiculturalism, equity, and social justice. The overall goal of the program is to promote the genuine celebration of differences and promote multicultural awareness that assists with engaging across cultures and in everyday settings. Multicultural Ambassadors are responsible for facilitating and implementing various aspects of cultural programs and educational workshops throughout the academic year. For more information on the program, click here: Multicultural Ambassadors.
Multicultural Leadership Council
The Multicultural Leadership Council (MLC) exists to promote leadership and collaboration among multicultural organizations at Arkansas State University. Various multicultural organizations come together once a month to discuss leadership development, the needs of multicultural organizations and students, and cultural programming.