The Center for Multicultural Affairs co-sponsors many campus-wide cultural and social programs, conducts workshops, assists in the diversity training of resident advisers and orientation leaders.

The center also encourages students to participate in a variety of leadership roles on campus and to be involved in multicultural activities.

New Initiatives

Honest Conversations

This is a new and exciting program undertaken by the CMA&IE and the Resident Life Diversity Committee. The purpose of honest conversations is to create an open setting for students, faculty/staff to voice opinions on important issues affecting members of our institution here at ESU.

Multicultural Organizations Advisory Board

This initiative was formed to serve the purpose of assisting organizations under the multicultural banner in being more efficient with the use and allocation of resources to make each organization better.

Warrior Mentoring Program

Warrior Mentoring will assist in providing new incoming students with peer resources that will help guide them through their college experience. The purpose of Warrior Mentoring is to promote academic, social, and emotional success in a nurturing and caring environment to support personal growth of our students.

Program Requirements will include Weekly face-to-face meetings between the Mentor & your Freshmen Protégées for the fall 2018 semester. Agreement on three (3) goals as contract items. Monthly attendance at group mentoring activities.

This application has been closed for the upcoming fall 2018 semester. Please check back spring 2019 semester to apply!

Multicultural Welcome Reception

Early in the fall semester, the Center hosts a welcome reception to formally welcome multicultural students to the campus.

This reception serves to help students meet faculty, staff and other multicultural students at ESU.

It is a forum where they can meet and socialize with other members of the ESU multicultural community.

The office is aware that building bridges and bonds is a key element in retaining students and the welcome reception is one tool the Office of Multicultural Affairs uses to achieve this.

MOAB Unity Potluck - End of the Year Celebration

Annually, towards the end of the spring semester, the office hosts a potluck and awards program.

In this program, the office recognizes students for their excellence and achievement for academics, leadership, and service.

Awards are given out as a token of our appreciation for student's achievement.

Other Programs

Contact Us

Please contact the Center for Multicultural Affairs & Inclusive Education with any questions about our programs throughout the year.

Contact Information

Campus Address
96 Normal Street
(570) 422-3896
(570) 422-3897 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Multicultural Affairs
(570) 422-3961