The Multicultural Center offers programs that educate the Ball State community about the unique contributions of underrepresented student populations at the University. We also address the unique needs and issues of students of color through initiatives that provide support and guidance throughout the college experience. We celebrate the achievements of faculty, staff, and students in promoting diversity and multiculturalism.
Each January, we partner with organizations around campus to host cultural and educational events celebrating diversity and inclusion. All events are free and open to students, faculty, staff, and community members. Learn more.
Our Peer Advocate Leaders, who are student employees of the Multicultural Center, provide workshops and consultations. They address topics related to social issues, multicultural identities, inclusivity, and more in a safe environment. See a list of available workshops and request a presentation. Learn more.
Hosted for three days each summer, EXCEL pairs incoming first-year students with peer mentors to help them transition to life at Ball State. The program provides workshops and activities that focus on academic success and social development as you enter college. Learn more.
REACH (EDHI 401-3) is a one-credit mentoring course designed to assist first-year students of color successfully adjust to the academic, social, and professional expectations. First-year students are paired with peer mentors, who offer guidance and support during your first year on campus.. Learn more.
Each year, we recognize the contributions of individuals who promote and celebrate multiculturalism. Learn more.
Join us for a monthly conversation about issues relating to diversity, social justice, and equity at Ball State. Learn more.