The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs promotes academic achievement, multicultural competence, leadership development, and retention from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups. We also create programs, events and educational opportunities that celebrates SFC’s rich diverse community.
We cultivate an atmosphere that promotes an inclusive, equitable, and supportive campus community for all St. Francis Students.
Multicultural Student Advisory Board
The Student Advisory Board promotes and engages students in all areas of Multicultural Student Affairs. This is an educational opportunity for student leaders to contribute to building an inclusive atmosphere on campus as well to educate their peers. They will serve as a multicultural ambassadors, advocating for students to help supply educational components necessary to foster a community of inclusion.
Male Initiative Forum
The male initiative forum meets bi-weekly with Maliek Sterrett Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Affairs, who facilitates this group. It is a safe space for the men at SFC to come together to meet, uplift, and cultivate growth! This is a group for anyone who self-identifies as a male to meet like-minded men who just want a place to build bonds, network, and learn from one another. To connect with this this group email: Multicultural@sfc.edu
Women Empowerment Initiative
The women’s empowerment meet ups takes place bi-weekly with Candice Abellard, Mental Health Counselor and Natasha Edwards, Director of Student Health Services, who facilitates these group. It is a safe space for the women at SFC to come together to meet, empower, and encourage other women! This is a group for anyone who self-identifies as female to meet like-minded women who just want a place to build bonds, network, learn from one another, and build friendships with other women.
To connect with this group email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Multicultural Office Hour
Every Thursday at 3pm there will be an open zoom link so students can connect with the Assistant Director of Multicultural students Affairs Maliek Sterrett and the Multicultural Advisory Board to learn about what’s happening in the Multicultural office. Students can also use this time to learn about upcoming events with clubs and an opportunity to learn about getting involved with campus life.