Programs & Initiatives
The Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education offers many programs and drives initiatives that foster diversity and inclusion on campus. Find more information about each program and additional resources below.
Cultural Heritage Months celebrate the customs, values and traditions of different cultures within the United States, examining the issues and struggles of different communities as well as affirming their contributions to American society.
The Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education, in partnership with the University Libraries, and International Students and Scholars, as well as other campus organizations are thrilled to announce the Spring 2019 Human Library at the University of Arkansas!
La Oficina Latina
This Diversity and Inclusion program specifically serves Latinx students and families at the University of Arkansas.
This mentoring program. provides a safe space for LGBTQAI+ students to share their experiences and to grow professionally and personally.
NUFP is a mentoring program sponsored by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), for students wishing to explore and better understand the field of student affairs and/or higher education.
Safe Zone Allies
This support community believes that all students and people on the University of Arkansas campus should be treated equally and fairly regardless of sexual orientation and and gender identity.
Voices of the MC
Voices of the MC is a podcast where the students of the University of Arkansas Multicultural Center share their stories of challenge and triumph. Our mission is to celebrate narratives that exist outside of the mainstream so that others might learn from the lived experience of MC students. Every story is valuable and deserves to be told and heard. These are not political talking points, these are our truths.