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Multicultural and International Programs

Multicultural and International Programs

We support multicultural and international learning experiences for students, faculty and staff, and the greater community.

Campus Diversity

Multicultural and international students are an important part of Wayne’s community and campus life. The Office of Multicultural and International Programs work to bring together various ethnic and social groups, contributing to a more culturally rich and diverse community. Through the various student organizations mentored by faculty and staff, the center supports a variety of events and student initiated programs.


Office of Multicultural and International Programs
Kanter Student Center, Room 10
Phone: 402-375-7749
Email: mcc@wsc.edu

Multicultural Events

We offer a variety of multicultural events throughout the year in order to share aspects of different ethnic and social groups, and encourage discussions on current issues. Wayne State College also sponsors an annual Student Leadership and Diversity Conference in collaboration with Peru State College.

Events

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Multicultural Clubs on Campus

Several student clubs and organizations promote our mission to bring various ethnic and diverse groups together on campus. Membership to these clubs is open to all WSC students.

Members of the BSA
Black Student Association
Promotes social, political, cultural, and intellectual development
Candlelight vigil
Interfaith Action Group
Educates and promotes all religious and spiritual beliefs
International students at WSC
International Club
Unifies international students with the general student body
Latinos Uniting group
Latinos Uniting
Creates awareness and support for the Latino community
A Native American student at WSC
Native American Student Alliance (NASA)
Educates and promotes the Native American culture
PRIDE group marches at Homecoming
PRIDE (People Respecting Individuals, Diversity, and Equality)
Focuses on gender and sexual diversity
Wayne State Faculty Member Dr. Barbara Engebretsen Honored With Fulbright Global Award

Fulbright Program

Wayne State College seniors in all majors are encouraged to apply for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.  If selected, you can be a Teaching English Assistant (ETA) or conduct independent research in one of 155 countries!