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Identity-specific Cultural and Resource Centers

About the Identity-specific Cultural and Resource Centers

The Office of Multicultural Student Success Cultural and Resource Centers are located on the third floor of the O'Connell Building in Lincoln Park at 1036 W. Belden Ave:

  • Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American (APIDA) Cultural Center - Room 340
  • Black Cultural Center - Room 300
  • Latinx Cultural Center - Room 360
  • LGBTQIA+ Resource Center - Room 350

We offer a suite of programs and services that provide culturally relevant opportunities to participate, connect, learn and center the experiences of marginalized communities at DePaul. This contributes to personal and academic success, and increased satisfaction with the DePaul experience.

The OMSS Cultural and Resource Centers strives to provide holistic support to DePaul students with intersecting [sociocultural] identities. We strive to foster a sense of belonging, academic success, and purposeful programming that strengthens students’ cultural and social development while deepening the understanding of these sociocultural realities in the entire DePaul community. Additionally, we provide a physical space of comfort and support for students at the heart of DePaul’s mission.

Please stop by The Cultural and Resource Centers as we also act as a lounge and study space that is also equipped with couches, tv, fridge, and microwave.

Identity-specific Cultural and Resource Centers Staff

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