Providing Service and Support

We're here for you

Our services and support resources include the following. 

  • Cultural Connections
  • Peer mentoring
  • Preliminary advising and programming for financial literacy
  • Time management tips
  • Career and graduate school exploration
  • Social, educational, and cultural enrichment
  • Community-building and critical service-learning opportunities
Students from the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Springfield College at the Dr. Seuss Museum

Engagement and Learning Outcomes

So, what will you get out of coming to the Office of Multicultural Affairs? We’re glad you asked.

  • Practice critical reflection
  • Develop an appreciation for cultural differences
  • Develop cross-cultural communication competencies to promote intergroup engagement and social responsibility
  • Identify campus resources (e.g., faculty, support staff, and mentors) to help you transition into the college setting and gain a better sense of identity and self-confidence
  • Develop academic, personal, and professional skills

We also can help connect you to other resources on campus, including the following.

Safe Zone

Safe Zone helps to create a more accepting, affirming, supportive, inclusive, and equal environment for LGBTQ individuals at Springfield College through educational training sessions for faculty members, staff members, and students. Sessions are designed to generate greater awareness, knowledge, empathy, and commitment to action regarding issues, concerns, and inequality related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

To learn more, contact Elizabeth Morgan at emorgan2@springfield.edu.

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