Training Programs

Join the Multicultural Student Center for one of our open-session presentations! These are 2.5-hour interactive presentations that cover the basics and foundational concepts for diversity and inclusion; including terminology, cultural differences, privilege, microaggressions and the cycle of oppression. Students, staff, faculty, and community members are welcome to attend! To help us better prepare for training materials please register below!

Understanding Diversity and Inclusion (2hrs)

Here we explore the definitions of diversity and inclusion? We explore 10 different identities and wrestle with the privileged and the oppressed in each of their identities. We will also address what the words diversity and inclusion means.

Transforming Self for Racial Equity (2 1/2 hrs)

Participants will engage in guided discussions around understanding race as it pertains to them, systems of privilege and racism. The facilitator hopes to create space to help participants develop language to engage in conversations around race. We will explore implicit bias, microaggressions and its impacts.

Understanding Diversity and Inclusion

    Both sessions will be held virtually via Zoom, and can be accessed via this link:


Unpacking Racial Self-Identity

    Both sessions will be held virtually via Zoom, and can be accessed at the following link: