The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts many programs that celebrate multicultural communities. We work closely with student clubs and other partners to initiate cultural exchanges and education.
Save the Dates
- Dia de los Muertos – November
Traditional Mexican holiday to honor ancestors and loved ones.
- Latino/a Heritage Month – October
Celebrating the contributions of the Hispanic community in the U.S., past and present.
- Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration – January
Renowned speakers, marches, rallies, films and more the week of the MLK Day holiday.
- Black History Month – February
Honoring the contributions made by African Americans to the economic, cultural, spiritual and political development of the U.S.
- Cesar Chavez Celebration – March
Celebrate the life and legacy of this Mexican-American labor activist and community organizer.
- Farmworker Awareness Week – March
The community is invited to participate in social action events regarding farmworker issues.
- Tutxinmepu Powwow – April
Dancers, drummers and audiences come from across the Northwest and Canada to witness this pillar of Native culture.
- Asian-American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month – April
To commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese immigrants to the United States in 1843.
- Cinco de Mayo – May 5