Multicultural Student Life hosts a wide variety of programs for students and the greater UT community, offering learning opportunities and ways to get involved and celebrate our students.
Black Issues Conference
Each year, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and MSL host the Black Issues Conference conference, inviting students, faculty, staff, and community members to discuss different issues affecting the Black community.
Diversity Dialogue Symposium
Each year the Office of Multicultural Student Life, in partnership with the Diversity Educators, hosts the Diversity Dialogue Symposium and selects a theme that is relevant to current global, national, or local conversations surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The Office of Multicultural Student Life is available to coordinate a variety of diversity programs for students! Our diversity education workshops are aimed at empowering students to be leaders in a diverse community.
Learn more about diversity education workshops and ways to get involved.
Heritage Month Celebrations
The Office of Multicultural Student Life works with student organizations and other campus partners to coordinate events and programs for several heritage months throughout the year.
Multicultural Graduation Celebration
The Office of Multicultural Student Life hosts the Multicultural Graduation Celebration annually. This is a time of reflection, accolades, and celebration!
Multicultural Mentoring Program
The Multicultural Mentorship Program provides personal support, assistance, social guidance, and positive campus survival skills to first-year students of color by developing activities and interactions with upper-class students to address personal needs.