Multicultural Affairs offers co-curricular and extra-curricular educational programs, resources, training and services that foster a positive climate for diversity and support the retention of underrepresented students.
Through engaging with Multicultural Affairs, students can learn and apply the following skills, knowledge, and awareness to prepare them to be leaders in a globally diverse community and workforce:
- Awareness of how culture and social identities shape our worldview;
- Development of allyship that leverages power and privilege in a pro-social manner;
- Confront and address microaggressions, implicit bias, and non-inclusive language;
- Engage in dialogue about inclusion and equity for individuals and groups;
- Apply classroom or academic lessons to real world situations and social problems;
- Identify and access resources for support and advocacy on and on campus.
Multicultural Affairs achieves its mission through outreach, community, intellectual development and leadership development. Explore the headings above for more information and examples of each strategy.
Our Lives: Dr. khristian kemp-delisser
Director of Multicultural Affairs Dr. khristian kemp-delisser appears on "Our Lives" to talk about combining faith with the values of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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The University of Bridgeport launches its first Diversity and Equity Campus Climate Survey
The University of Bridgeport prides ourselves on being a diverse community and endeavor to have every community member feel a sense of belonging. We know that our University is stronger when all of our voices are heard. We also know that there is room to strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus; to that end, we launched the Diversity and Equity Campus Climate Survey. The survey results, administered by The Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS), are available below.