Our StoryIn 2012, the Student Fee Committee brought together the Multicultural Student Center (est. 1993), the Native American Student & Community Center (est. 2003), and La Casa Latina Student Center (est. 2011) to form the Cultural Resource Centers. Underneath the department of Diversity & Multicultural Student Services, the CRCs later expanded after students at the Student of Color Speak Out (2015) built upon the work of previous student activists to request two new centers. The Pacific Islander, Asian & Asian American Student Center and Pan-African Commons joined the other CRCs in 2016. The Middle Eastern, North African, South Asian Student Center Initiative began in 2016 and is actively advocating for a physical center. Today we proudly carry on a legacy of student advocacy and leadership in all five of our centers. How many students do the CRCs serve?
CRC Leadership Team
The team operates all facets of the CRCs and includes students, staff, faculty, and community members spread amongst several entities.