University Center East, Room 1244
What We Do
USI's Multicultural Center (MCC) was established in 1994 to enhance the personal and academic success of students by preparing them to be responsible citizens in a multicultural society. Opportunities are created to provide cultural interaction between students, the campus and the community at large to provide outreach experiences and to promote cultural awareness and sensitivity. We accomplish this by sponsoring programs, providing services, advising organizations, hosting events and conducting diversity training both on and off campus, as well as assisting in the recruitment of students. The MCC champions collaborative efforts focusing on diversity. We publish an online newsletter, the Multicultural Connection. As a service to the USI community we house a multicultural collection of over 800 books and journals which are cataloged in the David L. Rice library. The goals of the Center are to:
Developing diversity awareness within students to build a bridge between college life and future multicultural experiences.
Hours of Operation
The office is open from 8am-6pm Monday through Thursday, and 8am - 4:30pm on Friday during the Academic Year.
The University of Southern Indiana is a diverse community devoted to preparing students to become better students. Each member of the community is obligated to a code of civil behavior. If you experience or observe actions on campus which are not in accordance with the USI Creed, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 812-464-1862.