Ways to get involved and find community
A way for marginalized identities to have a sense of belonging by providing a built in network of support, and a place to feel their own. Identity centers also help students from similar backgrounds find one another, and create community.
Programming meant to cultivate intentional experiences and spaces for students to learn and celebrate within and across identity, culture, and heritage to promote a more culturally aware campus community.
Affiliated Student Organizations
A great way to get involved, meet new people, and develop leadership skills on campus. There are more than 900 student organizations on campus, and many of them are cultural based.
The Multicultural Calendar
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UW-Madison honors it's diversity by cultivating intentional experiences and spaces for students to learn and celebrate within and across identity, culture, and heritage to promote a more culturally aware campus community.
More ways to engage
Join a dialogue group
Groups include: Unbutu, Tu Voz, Rooted, VisibiliTea, and Sisters In Solidarity.
Make a room, study table or space reservation, and get tutoring or advising assistance.
Mental health and well being
Including personal physical health, mental health, and connection to a safe campus.
Report an incident
Bias or hate incident
Including slurs, degrading language, epithets, graffiti, symbols, assault, microagressions, and harassment.
Get support and resources for healing and recovery regardless of sex, gender, or sexual orientation. Confidential support is also available.
This could include a student that you are concerned about, hazing, stalking, or a missing student.
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Multicultural Student Center
Red Gym, 2nd floor
716 Langdon St, Madison WI
Monday-Fridays from 10am-4pm