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Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change

The Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change officially closed on August 15, 2017. In an effort to better serve student needs, The Center was re-organized into three identity-specific centers (Latinx, Black and LGBTQA) that are now part of the Office of Multicultural Student Success (OMSS). In addition to the three centers, an intersectional programming coordinator and a point person for undocumented students will also work out of OMSS.

Although the Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change has been closed, many of its programs and services will continue in the new centers and roles in OMSS. Social justice and diversity education will also continue, but will be delivered by the Office of Mission and Ministry beginning sometime in the new year and many of the large scale university-wide programs will be managed by the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity. Visit the OMSS department page for more information and updates as the new centers and Mission and Ministry are fully established. ​