more attendees at the LGBTQ+ Center customized program from 2017 to now.


increase on the amount of diversity workshops delivered on BGSU's campus.


more participants in the Native American Heritage Month programs.

Office of Multicultural Affairs

A letter from the Office of Multicultural Affairs:

Hello Everyone!

During this time of physical distancing, we know how much of a challenge it is, balancing being at home with doing your class work; we share some of the same struggles. But please know that we are still here for you.

If you have ideas you’d like to share, please email us at OMA@bgsu.edu, or let us know on social media:
Facebook (taking it old school): BGSU Office of Multicultural Affairs
Twitter: @BGSU_OMA
Insta: bgsu_oma/#bgsuoma 

Due to safety precautions, the number of guests who can attend the Commencement ceremonies is limited. We are working now to figure out the best methods for celebrating Lavender Graduation, Black Graduation, and Latino/a/x Graduation; stay tuned for more information about the celebrations.

If you are struggling, whether it’s with technology/access, academics, food, mental health, rent, please reach out to us. We are working with a number of offices to provide you with the resources you need to make your lives a little easier; you are not alone, and you do not have to do everything on your own.

We are still a connected community (whether in virtual or physical space), and the Office of Multicultural Affairs is here to help you however we can. Please keep yourselves safe and healthy, and we hope to see you soon.

All Our Best,
The Office of Multicultural Affairs Staff


The Office of Multicultural Affairs organizes and sponsors a variety of multicultural programs for faculty, staff, students, and community members. Make sure to explore upcoming events or check out past events put on by our office.