Services provided by Multicultural affairs
We seek to provide the Bluffton University student community with:
- Counseling: academic and personal
- Meeting place and study space for students
- Provide informational referrals for students
- Act as a liaison for students
- Celebrates diversity through programming
- Social security card information for international students
- Visa and work permit information for international students
- International Club and Multicultural Student Organization
- Introduction of the application process to apply for the Community Enrichment Scholarship
- Resource Center
Become a student worker
Each semester, the multicultural affairs office hires student workers to complete items such as publicity, research and programming. You can become a vital part to our success. If interested, please contact the director of multicultural affairs, the semester before you would like to work. The position is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
A space for you
The office has couches, computers and television. The space can be used for meetings, socials, movie nights or a study space. Drop by the office to clear your activity(ies) with the director.
Programming within the office is conducted by various student organizations, such as AASO and Bluffton Latino Society and through community initiatives such as the Diversity Dialogues and Damascus Road Team.
The multicultural affairs office offers a wide variety of books, dvds and other literature surrounding the topic of the center. Feel free to drop by and explore the materials for your classes, leisure or research.
- Diverse: Issues in Higher Education-http://diverseeducation.com
- CNN's Program: Black in America-http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2008/black.in.america/
- CNN's Program: Latino in America-http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2009/latino.in.america/
- The Multicultural Pavilion-http://www.edchange.org/multicultural/index.html