Multi-Cultural Council (MCC)
The Multi-Cultural Council (MCC) is a student organization that serves as a liaison between the Student Government Association and other registered student organizations comprised of underrepresented groups. MCC promotes awareness, understanding, and appreciation of these historically underrepresented groups, including, but not limited to, the Asian Student Organization, Black Student Union, Cultural Cooking Club, French and Francophone Club, Gender and Sexuality Equality Club, German Club, International Student Organization, Model United Nations, Muslim Student Association, National Society of Black Engineers, Organization of Latin American Students, and the South Asian Student Organization, South-East Asian Association.
MCC acts as an advisory organization designed to promote unity and cooperation among its member organizations. MCC assists in coordinating such events as The Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration; Hispanic and Black History Months; and many other programs.
Multicultural Resource Center
The Multicultural Resource Center is a suite of offices housing many of the member groups of the Multi-Cultural Council (MCC). Housed on the first floor of the Reed Union Building, the center serves as a central repository of diversity-related materials and information. The center meets a variety of student needs by providing a central meeting/resource area for students who participate in MCC member organizations, making diversity-related materials available to students, and demonstrating support for people of different cultures and from historically underrepresented groups.
Student Government Association (SGA) Diversity Committee
The Student Government Association (SGA) Diversity Committee works with the Multi-Cultural Council (MCC) and other organizations to raise awareness about diversity—how and why it is important on campus. It also works in reaching out to others less inclined to learn about diversity issues.
Chancellor's Council on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Chancellor's Council on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee recommends and evaluates strategies and policies for enhancing diversity and improving the campus climate.