Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Affairs

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Bloomsburg University's Center for Diversity and Inclusion promotes a supportive campus climate that fosters the personal and professional growth of students from all backgrounds.

With this, the center strives to provide enriching experiences that celebrate different culture and perspectives. Through various programming efforts and activities, the center offers opportunities for all diverse members of the campus community to become empowered and to thrive at Bloomsburg University.

Celebrate Culture Dance

Multicultural Services

The Office of Multicultural Affairs provides programming and educational services that address specific challenges to all students and issues faced by historically underrepresented individuals and groups, including African-American, Asian, Hispanic, Latino, Chicano and indigenous descent, disabled, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender individuals, women and religious groups.

Holding Hands

LGBTQA Resources

The LGBTQA Resource Center is committed to making Bloomsburg University a safe and welcoming space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, and allied students. This is done through education, programming, advocacy and public policy.

Girl Sitting Outside Library

Women’s Resources

The Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to improving the status of women students at Bloomsburg University. We do so through the development and implementation of educational programs, community outreach, victim advocacy, and referral services.

Veterans Walk

Military and Veteran Resources

The Office of Military and Veterans Resources is your one-stop-shop for all things “military” at Bloomsburg University. The office is open to anyone; we typically deal with current and former military members, spouses or dependents of service members, and anyone who is a military supporter. We have a dedicated lounge space for people to relax in; we have coffee, computers, and good company.

Graduation - Fall 2018

Student Support & Resources

Cultural Affairs and Support Services advocates for underrepresented students. We provide support and structure that facilitates student achievement through programming and networking in an effort to increase their academic and social awareness. Please contact Marcei Woods for more information or assistance.

Who are we?

James McCormack

James McCormack

  • Associate Vice President of Student Development & Campus Life
Bloomsburg University Employee

George Long

  • Director of Diversity, Equity & Multicultural Affairs
Bloomsburg University Employee

Marcei Woods

  • Cultural Affairs and Support Services Coordinator