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Oregon State University

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Oregon State University
Cultural Resource Centers

Office of Diversity Development
Diversity Development
is dedicated to fostering an inclusive community at Oregon State University. We provide resources, support, guidance, and mentorship to student centers on campus.
- events throughout the year tailored to all students
Student Success
- cultural resource centers provide tutoring for any and all students
- events to educate all students of the different cultures on campus
- provides employment opportunities for students to work and participate in events
- any and all students and community members are invited to events

Diversity Development
Component of ISS
Mission: We are committed to the retention of underrepresented students by providing facilities, events/activities, support services, and leadership development opportunities for students.
Oversees the CRC’s:
Asian & Pacific Cultural Center (APCC)
Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center (BCC)
Centro Cultural César Chávez (CCCC)
Ettihad Cultural Community (ECC)
Native American Longhouse
Eena Haws
SOL: LBGT Multicultural Support Network
Pride Center
Women’s Center
Cultural Resource Centers
Cultural Resource Centers
Intercultural Student Services
Our mission:
As a cornerstone of OSU's student diversity efforts, Intercultural Student Services is committed to the overall development of under-served students. We create and advocate for inclusive and educationally purposeful initiatives that enhance deep learning, academic success, cross-cultural fluency and self-efficacy by fostering a climate that supports social equality, community engagement, and global membership.
Asian and Pacific Cultural Center (APCC)
Established in 2010

The Asian & Pacific Cultural Center at Oregon State University was established to provide a fun, safe and welcoming facility for the retention of students.
Centro Cultural César Chávez
Established in 1972
The Centro Cultural César Chávez exists to support the different ethnic and cultural peoples' pursuit of their educational goals and the retention of their culture.
Further, it strives to inform both the respective cultural groups and the greater university communities about issues central to the Chicano/Latino/Hispanic culture and heritage.

Lonnie B. Harris
Black Cultural Center
Established in 1975
Created as a response to discriminatory acts on campus
Mission: to complement the academic program of studies and enrich the quality of campus life for African and African-American students at Oregon State University.

Native American Longhouse
Eena Haws
Established in 1971
The primary function of the Longhouse is to provide a gathering place for hosting cultural ceremonies, classes, conferences, lectures, performances, retreats and community events.
The Longhouse provides a hospitable environment and a source of support honoring the cultures of the first people of this land, including Alaskan Natives & Hawaiian Natives.
Established in 2001
The OSU Pride Center provides programs and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, questioning and intersex members of the OSU community and their allies.
The Pride Center is a safe space for all people to explore aspects of sexual orientation and gender in an open and non-assuming atmosphere.

Multicultural Support
Established 2004
Student initiated collaborative effort to support and improve campus climate for lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and allied (LGBTQQIA) persons of color
Housed in the Pride Center
SOL is not an acronym; Sol commonly known to mean sun in Spanish which bring the multicultural aspect of the group and SOL is pronounced “soul”, a term used to describe the intangible energy that connects us to each other and gives us the empathy that causes us to care for others

Women's Center
Established in 1973
Mission: We are an open community of feminist leaders inspiring change through advocacy, support and education toward the growth and success of all.
Values: Inclusivity, Diversity, Collaboration, Accountability

Ettihad Cultural Center
Umbrella organization which aims to represent the people and cultures of the countries from South West Asia through North West Africa.
‘Ettihad’ means unity or alliance and its root word has a place in the Farsi, Urdu, Hebrew and Arabic languages.
Located in Snell 424

Signature Events
The Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center
Pre-Kwanzaa event;
This event informs and educates on the history of Kwanzaa. The event celebrates African heritage in African American Culture. Observed December 26th-January 1
Black History Month Dinner:
An event to conclude Black History Month. Food presentations, educational celebration. Usually held at the end of February, annual.
Birthday Bash:
Event to celebrate the founding and the actual building of the Lonnie B. Harris BCC as a historical marker.
National recognized event to celebrate the actual day slaves were freed. BCC Annual Celebration held in May.

Centro Cultural César Chávez
Las Posadas:
Honors the pilgrimage that Mary and Joseph embarked on to find shelter.
Dia De Los Muertos:
A celebration honoring loved ones that have passed.
Tribute Month:
Throughout the month of April, we honor the work and legacy of César Chávez and host a variety of events and programs that bring awareness to Latino culture and heritage.
Native American Longhouse
Eena Haws
The Salmon Bake: takes place around the 1st or 3rd week of May.

Native American Heritage Month takes place in November
SOL & The Pride Center
Queer History Month usually held in October

National Coming Out day October 11th

Women's Center
Sexual Assault/ Sex Trafficking workshop held in April

Birth Around the World day held in May

Clothing Swap on dead week of Spring term.
Ettihad Cultural Center
Coming soon: Awesome Events!!!
Asian & Pacific Cultural Center
APA Heritage month-- May
API Connect
Find us on Social Media!
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