Each semester, we offer a variety of programs through our office. Past events have included the following.

  • Film screenings
  • Conferences
  • Panel discussions
  • Open mics
  • Speaker series
  • Celebrations of heritage months
  • Awareness campaigns 

See our calendar for more information about individual programs. 

The Office of Multicultural Affairs also hosts signature programs each academic year. These programs include the following: 

Stoling and Achievement Ceremony 

The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts an annual Stoling and Achievement Ceremony during which students are recognized for their leadership on campus in efforts to create a helpful and inclusive environment.

Women's Tea Event

During International Women's Month in March, the Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts a Women's Tea on campus to celebrate feminism and women leaders. 2019 marked the fourth annual event. 

Cultural Connections Leadership Program

Cultural Connections Leadership Program is a first-year leadership opportunity that features a three-day pre-orientation for incoming students. Together with upper-class student leaders, participants learn to connect with resources that can make their cultural, social, and educational experience at Springfield College even better while learning about unity, social justice, and community. 

Cultural Connections Leadership Program

As a first-year student, you’ll have an opportunity to be part of our three-day pre-orientation event that will connect you with upperclass student leaders who can help with your transition to college. They’ll connect you with resources that can make your cultural, social, and educational experience at Springfield College even better.

Students hanging out in the John M. Wilson