Multicultural Center Programs
The Multicultural Center offers programming that increase multicultural awareness, knowledge and enhance the understanding of cultures, historical experiences, privilege and power.
- Hispanic Heritage Month – September 15 – October 15
- Native American Heritage Month – November
- International Education week – November
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – January
- Black History Month – February
- Women’s History Month – March
- EOU Pride Week – April
- Asian American Awareness – May
Workshops, Trainings & Presentations
The Multicultural Center coordinates presentation on various diversity topics and academic support workshops for students and clubs/organizations
Fall Open House
This event showcases the Multicultural Center resources and services available for students and provides them an opportunity to get involved.
This program brings students together to promote positive intergroup conversations around issues of cultural differences and similarities, self-assessment, and tools for college success. The objective is to reduce inequity by examining similarities of experience and encourage meaningful inquiry into relations between self and others.
Diversity Scholarship Program
EOU values the diversity that students bring to campus to enrich and add to the overall quality of the campus and learning environment. We are committed to providing qualified students with financial incentives as they strive to succeed in a challenging academic environment. Click here for more information.
Multicultural Graduation Celebrationn
This is an annual event that celebrates the achievements of our underrepresented and international graduates. It provides an opportunity for faculty, staff and families to recognize the achievements and contributions of our graduates and a chance to wish them well in their future endeavors.