The Multicultural Center creates a sense of belonging for students through intentional spaces designed with their specific needs in mind. The center also offers a variety of spaces to accommodate a wide range of events.
The primary space of the center for lounging, studying, relaxing, and collaborating. This space includes a combination of lounge chairs, couches, tables, and a collaboration station.
A social justice library complete with resources situated around antiracism, justice, identity, and equity.
A closet for students who are transitioning or identify as non-binary, along with students who have clothing needs.
The Dr. Frank Naeymi-Rad and Dr. Theresa A. Kepic Room and the The Charles J. "Jack" and GeJuan Cardwell Room are equipped with screens, wire/wireless microphones, and a speaker system. These rooms also offer a variety of layouts. Combined with each other, these multipurpose spaces can accommodate larger groups and programs.
Conference rooms, including the Michael D. Schermer Conference Room, are available for reservations. All spaces come equipped with a markerboard, power outlets, and a display screen. The larger rooms (Room 135 and Room 144) offer a flexible layout and are equipped with zoom technology to host large zoom meetings.
The podcasting room offers a wide range of audio and visual equipment for recording podcasts.
The green room is a space for calming and relaxation. Students can use the Green Room as a space to relax, spend time in silence, and get away from a busy day.
The family room is a space for parents and guardians to safely conduct parental activities while visiting the Multicultural Center. Please note that children are not to be left unattended in the family room. This space also serves as a university lactation room.
The reflection room is a space for students to meditate, pray, and/or spend time in quiet reflection. It is simply furnished and available for students, faculty, and staff of the university.
To ensure needs are met, certain groups are given priority to reserve spaces within the Center. The priority is as follows:
Groups with higher priority may override a reservation, if necessary, without prior notice.
Spring Reservation Request are now open.