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Multicultural Center Building


The Illinois State University Multicultural Center was officially completed in summer 2021 and opened to the campus community in fall 2021. This multi-year journey started nearly five years prior when efforts began to create a center for students through intentional spaces.

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  • Vision

    Illinois State University students are equipped to value intersectional identities and committed to enacting a culture of anti-racism, equity and justice.

  • Mission

    • Facilitate critical programs, services, and scholarship that promotes anti-racism, equity, and justice to contribute to Illinois State's core values.
    • Foster an affirming campus environment where students can flourish in their intersecting identities.
    • Center historically minoritized/marginalized communities while amplifying their voices and experiences.


Location and Contact Information

301 S Main St, Campus Box 5800
Normal, IL 61790
(309) 438-8968
Mon-Thurs: 9 a.m.–9 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m–4:30 p.m.