Carroll University
Office of Multicultural Affairs

Advocacy. Mentorship. Support. Transformative in nature, the Office of Multicultural Affairs exists to challenge and replace preconceived notions with well-informed facts in regard to issues of identity, culture, power and influence. Through intercultural programming, diversity initiatives, and partnering with off-campus agencies to provide pre-college and mentoring opportunities, the Office of Multicultural Affairs enhances the cultural competence across campus. This expands the cultural literacy and enriches the intellectual, spiritual, ethical and moral development of each and every member of the Carroll community and beyond.


Building a Diverse Community

Understanding that diversity encompasses much more than race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation, we help prepare all members of the Carroll community to thrive in today's reality, a world in which the ability to successfully navigate difference is a requirement and not an elective.


Find Your Place

The Multicultural Affairs Office is housed in the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Office in Kilgour Hall. Lounge space is available for students to host student organization meetings, study groups or complete homework. It’s also a great place to hangout! From deep discussions of identity, power and politics to conversations about movies, music, dance and everyday life; come relax, gain insight, or share some laughs.

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Support to Succeed

The Multicultural Affairs Mentoring Program provides students with the emotional and instrumental support needed to achieve the goal of a college degree through guidance, encouragement, advising and engaging activities.

Major Services

Student Organizations

  • Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
  • Indian Student Association (ISA)
  • Latin American Student Organization (LASO)
  • Queers and Allies, Questions and Answers (Q&A)
  • Women’s Equality and Empowerment (WEE)

Signature Programs

  • Latin American Student Organization (LASO) Dinner (fall)
  • Multi-Cultural Meet and Greet (fall)
  • National Cultural Commemoration (monthly)
  • Dinner in the Dark (spring)
  • Soul Food Dinner (spring)
“Being a part of the Latin American Student Organization...has given me a family away from home.”
— Tlaloc Hueta Cuautle '18


Amber May, Director
Kilgour Hall, Room 119

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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