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  • Black Awareness Month ETSU Black Awareness Month Events
    Black Awareness Month
  • Civility Week Spring 2015: Street Painting Civility expressed through lasting, cultural and artistically.
    Civility Week Spring 2015: Street Painting
  • Black History Month, Spring 2016 Ribbon of Racial Solidarity, Sacrifice and Heritage.
    Black History Month, Spring 2016
  • Multicultural Showcase, Spring 2015 Japanese Cultural Society - "The Fishers"
    Multicultural Showcase, Spring 2015
  • Unity Fest, Spring 2015 Celebrating campus diversity.
    Unity Fest, Spring 2015
  • Open Mic Night, Spring 2016 Expressing artistic talents.
    Open Mic Night, Spring 2016
  • Gospel Extravaganza Weekend, Spring 2015 Wholesome songs lifting up the campus and community.
    Gospel Extravaganza Weekend, Spring 2015
  • Corazon Latino, Spring 2015 A kaleidoscope of visual arts, music, dance and film in a family setting.
    Corazon Latino, Spring 2015
  • DanceVersity, Spring 2016 Fusion of cultural, music and dances
    DanceVersity, Spring 2016
  • Brown Bag Dialogue, Spring 2016 "MultiRaciality and Civility"
    Brown Bag Dialogue, Spring 2016
  • Pride Street Paint, Fall 2015 Showing the PRIDE in diversity in the university.
    Pride Street Paint, Fall 2015
  • Fusion of Multi-cultures, Spring 2015 Philippine traditional dance: "Tinikling"
    Fusion of Multi-cultures, Spring 2015
  • Unity Fest, Spring 2015. The Roots and Branches of Civility.
    Unity Fest, Spring 2015.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is responsible for creating and fostering a campus-wide climate of respect for each individual and advocating for a culturally diverse and non-discriminatory campus community.  The Office of Multicultural Affairs embraces all students regardless of ethnicity, gender, color, religion, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation. Students receive many services through the office including counseling, academic advisement, numerous educational programs and social opportunities. 

The office provides numerous formal and informal opportunities for students of color to learn about their history and take pride in their heritage.  The office affirms and celebrates the diversity of the community through signature programs, cultural programs, and programs and services. The office also advises and collaborates with student organizations to enhance intercultural understanding while assisting the university community in acquiring the knowledge, attitudes, and values necessary to live and work in a changing, diverse, and global community.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

Multicultural Programs and Events

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