Multicultural Life
and Diversity Office

Corey Union, Room 407-A
Phone: 607-753-2336
Fax: 607-753-2808
multicultural.life@cortland.edu

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Multicultural Life and Diversity Office

Helping make the campus feel more inclusive

Show me your Brave

SUNY Cortland's Multicultural Life & Diversity Office theme for the year of 2014-2015 is "Show Me Your Brave." Check us out on Twitter to see how our community members are helping make the campus more inclusive.

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Connecting the Campus

...where the President knows your name.

We feel fortunate to have a President who often knows you by name and is frequently seen attending various student events and diversity trainings. Whether you are students, faculty, or staff we want this to be a welcoming place for you.

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Connecting the Community

Mascot for Inclusion

Are you a mascot for inclusion? Making someone feel at home on campus is the easiest accomplishment you can make while here on campus. Be a #mascot4inclusion!

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Connecting the Campus

Fall Diversity Retreat

The Diversity Retreat is one of our best events for the fall! Students of various backgrounds come together to celebrate diversity, learn from each other and develop trust. Join us in the Fall!

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Now accepting nominations for the 2014-2015 Unity Award recipients

Click here to access the nomination form

Nominations close on Friday, Oct. 31, at 4:30 p.m.

Unity Award Nomination

The Unity Award was established in 2010 by then Interim Director of Multicultural Life Noelle Chaddock Paley and co-sponsor Affirmative Action Officer Wendy McAllister. The intention of the award was to recognize people in the SUNY Cortland community who were working toward equity and inclusion. Dean Andrea LaChance, School of Education; Dean Bruce Mattingly, School of Arts and Sciences; and Dean John Cottone, School of Professional Studies took on Unity as their annual event with the intention of institutionalizing the celebration and thus the good work of the SUNY Cortland Community. Recipients of the Unity Award are individuals that advocate for diversity and social change for all students, faculty and staff regardless of their socio-racial locations and identities. Recipients are selfless people who go above and beyond to make SUNY Cortland a welcoming, inclusive, and safe place for all community members. We thank them for their dedication and commitment to making SUNY Cortland a better place.

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Fall Message Update... read the message!

We have many multicultural student organizations and they are planning some great events you wouldn't want to miss...learn more and get involved!