Prayer and Meditation Room
The Intercultural Center is a space where various aspects of culture fluidly mingle. It is used for socializing, holding meetings, prayer, studying, learning, and sharing. It is open to all students, no matter their background.
The Cultural Clubs use it as their home base and often hold elected-board meetings in the space, students will often study or socialize the Intercultural Center between classes, it is used daily for various forms of prayer, some stop in to read the books or magazines, and others use it as a safe space and refuge where they can express their true selves.
The Intercultural Center also hosts programs at various locations around campus to educate students on topics of culture, diversity and difference. Furthermore, the Intercultural Center offers support and advocacy for unrepresented students.
Three tenets guide our practice within the Intercultural Center. Those tenets are: Education, Advocacy, and Support.
Provide education to the entire campus, focusing on issues of culture, difference, and diversity.
Ensure the voices of underrepresented students are heard among faculty, staff, committees, and organizations.
Offer support and resources to underrepresented students to ensure all students are healthy, well, and thriving.