Interim Associate VP: LaTrelle Jackson

The purpose of the Division of Multicultural Affairs & Community Engagement has two complementary parts: one is to facilitate the university's work directly related to multicultural issues on campus; the other is to promote collaborations with the greater Dayton community. The goals of these collaborations are to serve the greater good, promote an understanding of the diversity that exists in the community and provide experiential learning opportunities for students— experiences that help keep the learning they do in the classroom relevant and personally meaningful. Desired outcomes related to multicultural issues are to recruit and retain a student body, staff and faculty who reflect the region and broader global society; to create an environment on campus free from discrimination in which all are invited to participate fully; and finally, to provide members of the campus community the knowledge and skills they need to be productive, successful and engaged citizens of a diverse, global society.


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Women's Center