Multicultural Affairs

Students perform community service at the Romero Center in Camden

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is dedicated to developing and implementing university-wide programs and initiatives aligned with diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Students that get involved with OMA are able to enhance their multicultural and intercultural competency by actively learning how to be leaders in a diverse society. 

The goals of the office show commitment to the Jesuit ideals of caring for the whole person and striving for the greater good to cultivate an intentional and conscious Fordham community.

The following programs and initiatives align with departmental goals for each academic year:

Multicultural and Intercultural Competence

  • Network Programs:
    • LGBTQ and Ally Network of Support
    • Racial Solidarity Network
  • Diversity training for student leaders and staff

Diverse Student Engagement

  • Cultural Programming Coordinators (CPCs)
  • Heritage Month Student Committees
  • Undergraduate cultural club support

Welcoming and Inclusive Environment 

  • Weeks of Welcome events
    • Multicultural Receptions
    • BIPOC Student Mixer
    • LGBTQ Mixer
  • Year long cultural and identity-based events and programs
    • Fall: Latine, LGBTQ, Native and Indigenous
    • Spring: Black, Women, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American (APIDA)
  • Diversity Graduation Celebrations

Lincoln Center Office

Location: 140 West 62nd Street, G41

Rose Hill Office

Location: McShane Campus Center Suite 283