The mission of DUCES is to support the retention and graduation of all undergraduate Case Western Reserve University students with specific attention to African American, Hispanic/Latino/a, Native American and Pacific Islander.
A monthly gathering of undergraduate student organization leaders in the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Sears 450
Meetings for Spring 2017 will be on the following Fridays: January 20, February 10, March 24, and April 14. Meeting times are 12:30 to 2 p.m. and lunch is provided.
The mission of the Sustained Dialogue program is to engage members of the CWRU community in dialogues that cultivate strong, trusting relationships and foster respect for each individual and their ability to contribute to positive change.
The Undergraduate Diversity Collaborative (UDC) is an umbrella organization that aims to support organizations which advocate for the advancement of diversity and inclusion at Case Western Reserve University. The UDC serves as an advocating body for diversity groups, a platform for voicing student diversity concerns, and a resource for organizations in regards to diversity programming.
Voices is a student run organization formed in recognition of the intersection of race and gender, working to address both simultaneously.
Students will have informal mentorship opportunities with professionals and graduate students, while building interpersonal relationships. Students will also connect to campus leadership opportunities and career leads.