Campus Resources for Communities of Color
Our office celebrates the unique differences and experiences of every student. And within this, we know your career needs are just as unique. We encourage you to explore the various resources on campus and off campus that may offer specific support as you pursue your career path.
|Campus Diversity & Inclusion||Provides students of color and their allies with valuable resources to foster an inclusive experience.||Peter Tupou|
|Multicultural Center||An inclusive space where students of color from diverse backgrounds can meet, plan events, and more.||Peter Tupou|
|Native Student Programs||Offers direct support and resources to Native students.||Nora Pulskamp|
|Office of Equity & Title IX||Oversees access to formal complaint processes and alternative resolutions in regards to discrimination and harassment within the legal scope of Title IX and more.||Erica Moorer|
Membership to professional organizations looks great on your resume and offers valuable insider resources.
|Organizations for Latinx/Hispanic Individuals|
|Organizations for Black/African American Individuals|
|Organizations for Asian Individuals|
|Organizations for Hawaiian / Pacific Islanders|
|Organizations for Native / Indigenous Individuals|
Scholarships for POC
College is expensive! Take advantage of the scholarship opportunities that work to make it more affordable.
|San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Excellence in Leadership Scholarship|
|Morris K Udall Scholarship|
|Hispanic Scholarship Fund|
|Humanity In Action Fellowship|
|Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans
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