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Multicultural Student Affairs

"To achieve Excellence, we must be inclusive.
To be inclusive, we must be Equitable."

The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) is committed to the recruitment, retention, and graduation of underrepresented students. Our mission is to Connect, Empower, and Develop students for Success through cultural programming, academic workshops and mentoring. Students, staff, and faculty develop an enriching and enlightening connection to one another, the university, and our surrounding communities.

Monthly Cultural Celebrations

The contributions and accomplishments of African Americans, Asian Americans, Latina/Latino, and Native American/Indigenous Peoples in America is honored and celebrated. Understanding of diverse communities is an important part of the collegiate experience at UWP.

OMSA Speak Outs

Speak Outs offer an opportunity for the campus community to come together and discuss societal and political issues that plague our communities.

Seasons of Cultural Celebrations

Often times when the winter season approaches, our thoughts turn to Christmas. While Christmas is a significant part of the United States culture, there are a multitude of different cultural celebrations during the winter season. Come experience the Festival of Lights, Chinese New Year, Kwanzaa, Posada, Ramadan and more!

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Dr. King’s legacy is an instrumental part of American history. We celebrate his legacy with an annual celebration and awards ceremony. Local students along with UWP students demonstrate how they live his legacy through art and essays.

Multicultural Professional Day

This one day mini conference helps prepare junior and senior students to enter the professional work world and connects students with potential professional mentors.

Taking Care of Business Banquet

The TCB banquet celebrates the academic and leadership accomplishments of our students of color.

Multicultural Student Organizations
Learn more about our campus organizations.

 

Wyllie D182
Damian Evans
(262) 595-2731
evans@uwp.edu

900 Wood Road · P.O. Box 2000 · Kenosha, WI 53141-2000 P 262-595-2345

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