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Social Justice and Advocacy

On January 8, 2002 the Multicultural Student Center (MSC) was established on the campus of the University of Central Florida. The MSC is an office dedicated to all students from all backgrounds. Come create cultural awareness through new and exciting events and meet new people and learn about new cultures.

The MSC's mission is to create a more inclusive and equitable campus environment that enriches the university experience through actively supporting diverse and intentional programming. The MSC will strive to promote awareness, strengthen cultural competency and social responsibility by encouraging the educational exploration and challenge of societal norms that enables students to explore the varied concepts of multiculturalism. For the MSC, multiculturalism extends beyond areas of race, ethnicity, and culture and includes sexuality, gender identity, ability, spirituality, and social advocacy to support a more culturally competent UCF student body.

Black History Month

The Multicultural Student Center partners with faculty, staff, students, and organizations across campus to develop a comprehensive month of events and programs for Black History Month.

Month of the Woman

March is Month of the Woman. The Multicultural Student Center partners with faculty, staff, students, and organizations across campus to prepare a month of events and programs in recognition and celebration of the women who have made an impact in the UCF, local, and national community.

LGBTQ+ History Month

October is LGBTQ+ History Month. The Multicultural Student Center and LGBTQ+ Services partner with faculty, staff, students, and organizations across campus to prepare a month of events and programs in recognition of the LGBTQ+ community and its allies.

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Multicultural Student Center

Hours Mon-Fri: 8am - 5pm
Phone 407-823-0401
Fax 407-823-0033
Email sja@ucf.edu
Location Student Union 207

Pride Commons

Hours Mon-Fri: 11am - 5pm
Phone 407-823-3082
Location Ferrell Commons 171

Registered Student Organizations

Culturally-based Registered Student Organizations (RSO’s) have the opportunity to apply for a shared workspace within the office of Social Justice and Advocacy at the beginning of every fall semester. Organizations that are granted workspace have access to a shared computer (with internet access) and limited printing. Organizations that have workspace must agree to abide by the guidelines set forth in the RSO cubicle agreement.