First Generation College Student Retreat

Our commitment to the common good means we are working every day to create a welcoming and inclusive community.

Our students, faculty, and staff reflect different races, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, sexualities, abilities, religions, and differing political perspectives, among other identities.

The Identity and Culture Office works to bring collaborators from across campus to build a respectful, accessible, and welcoming community that honors this diversity.

Our three centers invite students to come together to find connections, explore issues of identity, and engage the broader community. They are spaces where students can discuss, learn, educate, explore, or just relax.

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