Multicultural Student Center
|Hours||Mon-Fri: 8am - 5pm|
|Location||Student Union 207|
Mon-Fri: 11am - 6pm
|Location||Ferrell Commons 171|
Yahima Perez is an International and Global Studies major and Multicultural Anthropology minor. She is also a candidate for the TEFL certificate. Yahima aspires to help with the development of all the countries she possibly can as an ambassador. She is involved in the TRiO Center, First Year Mentoring, and the Social Justice and Advocacy office. She can consistently be found daydreaming of the next mountain she'll climb.
Savon Crumity is a Health Science major who aspires to become a Primary Care Physician. He has served on the MSC Board for two years now and is dedicated to empowering and learning about different cultures. Savon favorite hobby is cooking.
Brittney Cooper is a junior majoring in Health Sciences with a minor in Psychology. She aspires to become a pediatrician psychiatrist in order to break down the stigma associated with mental health. An avid art lover and creator, her favorite band is the Arctic Monkeys.
Raeshaun Coonce is a second-year Health Services Administration student, also minoring in Marketing, with future aspirations of becoming the Chief Executive Officer of an accredited medical facility. Raeshaun is involved in multiple organisations at UCF. He is the current Mr. Black Student Union and he has been singing since the age of 3.
Melody Jimenez is a senior majoring in Biomedical Sciences who aspires to become a Neurologist. Melody is involved in various organizations on campus, one being the Multicultural Association of Pre-Health Students. A fun fact about Melody is that she enjoys learning different languages.
Sara Smith is a third-year Health Sciences major with a minor in Dance. Ultimately, her goal is to combine her passion for dance and health by creating an alternative form of Physical Therapy after receiving her doctorate. She prides herself on being a part of the Artistic Board for RUKUS Entertainment. This opportunity has allowed her to produce beautiful pieces of choreography that she was able to perform with her team! A fun fact about her is that she is a music enthusiast. “Sara Smiles” whenever any music from the ‘70s to the 2000s comes on!
Vilma Portocarrero is a creative writing major who hopes one day to combine her passion for activism with her love of writing into a prosperous career. She is an MSC liaison for Lavender Council, a member of the Pride Student Association, and a horror movie fanatic.
Shaila Doyle is a double major at Rosen College of Hospitality studying Restuarant and Food Service and Event Management. She hopes to open her own restaurant, My Roots, as a tribute to her parents and pursue a separate event planning business. Shaila is also LEAD Scholar and has been cheerleading for 14 years.