The ETSU Multicultural Center is within the Division of Student Affairs and due to the closing of the Culp Center our temporary location is Lucille Clement 1st floor,1193 Jack Vest Dr (facing William B. Greene Jr. Stadium). The Center features an open student lounge where students will be able to engage in conversations, collaborate on projects, and relax. The Center also houses staff and offices of the following departments:
- Office of Access and Student Success
- QUEST for Success
- BEST Mentoring Program
- Discover ETSU
- Summer Bridge Plus Program
- International Student Support
- International Buccaneer Buddies
- International Friends Program
- Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Diversity Engagement
- Diversity Educators
- SAME Program (LGBTQ)
The goals of the Center are to provide educational support programs and services for students, programming and services related to multiculturalism, as well as encourage dialogue on diversity-related issues. The Multicultural Center is a place where all students, faculty, and staff can interact and feel welcome to share experiences.
Vision: The ETSU Multicultural Center will positively affect lives by creating an environment
that supports and sustains the affirmation, celebration, and understanding of human
differences and similarities.
Mission: To actively promote, lead, and facilitate the University's commitment to diversity; champion the importance of diversity; provide a supportive atmosphere for students; engage the university community in intercultural dialogue; build collaborative relationships among students, faculty, staff, and the community; and overcome barriers to inclusion.
Desegregation Memorial Fountain and Historical Marker in Borchuck Plaza