Opening its doors in 2011, The Center for Student Inclusion and Diversity (CSID) houses several offices, programs and resources. Those offices include Multicultural Academic Student Services, Native American Program, LGBTQ Services, Veterans' Resource Center and the Institute for Transformative Dialogue as well as the grant program Student Transition Enrichment Program (STEP).
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"At CMU, we define inclusion as: Full participation for all in every activity and venue of CMU. It means that every student, faculty and staff member, graduate, guest and visitor feel they can join in on the great things happening on our campus, and they will feel welcome to do so." - Dr. Robert O. Davies, President
The CSID provides a safe space that nurtures learning and the achievement of personal and educational goals through cultural enrichment, peer tutoring, mentoring, and leadership activities on campus. The CSID allows students a place to study and do homework, meet, hang out/relax, and access wireless internet.
The programs and services of Student Inclusion and Diversity foster academic achievement, leadership development, and advancement of all students at Central
Save the Dates for Cultural Programing
Multicultural Academic Student Services
Get Aquainted Day - 1st Wednesday of the Fall Semester
Hispanic Heritage Month - September 15th to October 15th
Martin Luther King, Jr. Week - 3rd Full Week in January
Black History Month - February
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month -
March 15th to April 15th
Arab American Heritage Month - April
Native American Programs
Native American Heritage Month - November
Indigenous Peoples' Day - 2nd Monday in October
CMU Annual Pow Wow - March
LGBTQ Services and Gender Equity Programs
Transgender Week of Awareness - 2nd Full Week in November
LGBTQ+ Celebration Month - October
Women's History Month - March
Pride Month - April