Multicultural Student Affairs Program
The Multicultural Student Affairs coordinates programs, support services, and activities that enhance the educational experience of a diverse student population. Services available through MSA include: Student of Color Conference, Student of Color Luncheons, Constance Baker Motley Scholarship, and the Peer Mentor Program.
Constance Baker Motley Scholarship
This fund demonstrates Clark College's serious commitment to create a multicultural environment. Awards from the fund will be made in the name of Federal Judge Constance Baker Motley, who as a young lawyer represented Martin Luther King Jr. and played a pivotal role in the nation's civil rights struggle. The scholarship application is available winter quarter.
Rosa Alvarado Scholarship
The scholarship was designed by women in Clark College's Transitional Studies program (English as a Second Language and Career and Academic Prep Classes). This scholarship is community members to empower women of color to continue with their education. The scholarship is available winter quarter.
The scholarship is designed to help current and future Clark College students that identify as Native American Indian, Alaska Native, Hawaiian Native or indigenous to the Americas. The Dreamcatcher Scholarship will be awarded from the fund in the name of Becky Archibald and Anna Schmasow for their endless commitment advocating the education for the Seventh Generation.
Community Wide Diversity Events
The Community Wide Diversity Events Committee was developed through the efforts of Clark College Diversity Plan to build and maintain relationships throughout the community. Clark College has a serious commitment to foster a diverse college community through the efforts of reaching out to the community. Clark College would like to explore the potential opportunity to partner with you in conjunction with your event that might the criteria. For more information, please email the Diversity Program Manager at email@example.com.
The Office of Diversity and Equity provides training on issues of diversity, power, privilege, and inequity. While there will be training opportunities provided for the whole campus, we can also provide specialized, targeted diversity training for departments or groups based on the needs of that group. We will work together to craft an individualized training plan that identifies particular subject areas and activities that will move. If you are interested in this type of training opportunity, please contact our office (hyperlink to Meet Our Staff section).
Diversity Center Library
The Diversity Center has a growing lending library of books, journals, films, and other materials related to issues of diversity, identity, and culture. Please come by the Diversity Center (hyperlinked) and check out our selection.
Social Equity Council
The Social Equity Council is a group of students, faculty, and staff who serve the college by providing strategic direction to the institution around diversity and inclusion. Schedule of meetings for the 2017-2018 Academic Year:
Peer Mentors, who are current Clark students, help other students navigate college systems and connect them with campus resources. Peer Mentors build meaningful relationships with students through peer-to-peer guidance and support. For more information email Rosalba Pitkin in the Diversity Center.