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CAS Functional Area Presentation

Center for Multicultural Affairs, University of Colorado
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Maria Spoon

on 6 October 2012

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Transcript of CAS Functional Area Presentation

photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr Multicultural Student Programs and Services
Maria Spoon CAS Functional Area: Center for Multicultural Affairs
Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement (ODECE)
Student Outreach Retention Center for Equity (SORCE)
Dennis Small Cultural Center
CU LEAD Alliance - 12 academic programs
Interactive Theater Project
Office of International Education
Pre-Collegiate Programs
Multicultural Student Services - 18 Unions/Associations/Councils
Diverse Student Organizations - 49 groups Multicultural Student Programs and Services at the University of Colorado Boulder Upholding the culture of achievement.
Fostering individual expression and exchange of diverse thought.
Bridging individuals with communities to promote collaborative relationships.
Creating and inclusive environment through community engagement where individuals can explore their differences and commonalities.
Assisting in the development of a multicultural and socially responsible campus that is prepared to lead in the 21st century. Center for Multicultural Affairs Our Mission
CMA empowers individual success through support, affirmation, challenge, and advocacy. We do this by: Background - Federal programs and increased access for underrepresented students.

Role - student success, retention and degree completion. Multicultural Student Programs and Services One Interim Director
Four Student Services Professionals
One Graduate Student
Five Undergraduate Students Staffing and Budget at CMA General Fund Budget of $505,000
$402,000 Staffing
$103,000 Programming and Operations Peer Mentor Program
Multicultural Graduate Student Support Services
First Generation Scholars Program
Diversity Awareness Program
White Ally Program
Events Programs and Services at CMA Cultural Competence

ACPA/NASPA Competency Areas:
Advising & Helping
Assessment, Evaluation and Research

Leadership Skills:
Purpose
Authenticity Relevant Professional Competencies and Leadership Skills
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