Events

Multicultural affairs hosts a variety of events supporting the diverse community on our campus. The events can range from services days to support groups. We encourage and educate members of BGSU's campus and community to live in a socially just and inclusive environment.

Office of Multicultural Affairs

401 Bowen-Thompson Student Union
Phone: 419-372-2642
Fax: 419-372-2124
oma@bgsu.edu

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Developing culturally competent global citizens.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs promotes, facilitates, and advocates for a welcoming, socially just and inclusive campus community by supporting the retention of diverse student populations and providing diversity education and multicultural programs for students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community.

Beyond

Beyond "The Dream"

Beyond the dream is a series of events celebrating diversity on campus. Join us and embrace our differences in events like Taste of February, Black Issues Conference and more! More Events

Black Issues Conference

Black Issues Conference

Shaun King, a columinist for "The Intercept" and the Writer-In-Residence at Harvard Law School's Fair Punishment Project, will be the keynote speaker for Civil Rights Today: A New Civil Rights Movement. Full Event Details

Latino/a/x Issues Conference

Latino/a/x Issues Conference

Join us in this year's conference to embrace and discuss Latino/a/x issues, featuring Ariana Brown as the keynote speaker. Learn More

Abstract Writing Workshop

Abstract Writing Workshop

Having trouble crafting your abstract? Attend this workshop to learn how to write a strong abstract, improve your research and writing skills, and increase your likelihood to get accepted for a conference. Full Event Details

112%

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

50%

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

65%

more participants in the Native American Heritage Month programs.