Intercultural Center

Advocacy, Empowerment, Perspective


About Us

The IC works to develop a safe and welcoming space through the curation of educational and social experiences that are focused on community building, social support, and social justice competency. The Intercultural Center provides resources and programs that empower systemically minoritized groups across multiple intersecting identities that include race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, spirituality, socioeconomic status, ability, and age.

More about us

Located in Carson Hall 412, this newly remodeled space will serve as the home base for the IC staff and its programming. Designed to facilitate both personal growth and community collaboration, the Center features:

-A 65-inch smart TV

-Coffee, tea and snack station for student use and a pick-me-up throughout the day

-Microwave and small refrigerator

-Two computer work stations for student use

-A sectional couch with computer outlets and charging ports for easy access

Our Team

Kalie Lomeli
Monique Atherley
Director of the Intercultural Center
Kella Merlain-Moffatt
Graduate Assistant
Jasmine Williams
Student Worker
Marsonise Fils
Student Worker
Zachary Biron
Student Worker