Advocacy & Outreach

The Office of Multicultural Affairs has several Student Advocacy & Outreach initiatives:

  • Cultural Programming Council
    The Office of Multicultural Affairs organizes a Cultural Programming Council to promote, foster and encourage respect and meaningful inter-cultural and cross-cultural understanding and appreciation of similarities and differences.
  • Empty Bowls
    Empty Bowls serves as an educational program about hunger and homelessness and as a local fundraiser. The idea for Empty Bowls is simple-participants decorate ceramic bowls and purchase the bowl for a good cause. The bowls serve as a reminder that there are always “Empty Bowls” in the world.
  • LGBTQ Community
    The Office of Multicultural Affairs provides an inclusive, affirming, safe and welcoming environment for individuals and allies of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions. The Office works to enhance awareness, understanding, and advocacy of the LGBTQ student community.
  • MBARC (Men Begin Achieving Results Collectively)
    Multicultural Affairs MBARC (Men Begin Achieving Results Collectively) learning community seeks to provide support to minority male freshmen who have the desire to be successful at UNCG.  The program will address areas including: academic support, career mapping and career preparation, personal identity development and personal branding for success, civic engagement, and leadership development.