Center for Multicultural Affairs

The Center for Multicultural Affairs is the principal foundation for multicultural programming and outreach on Fredonia's campus and in the surrounding community. The center strives to offer a safe educational and social space to all members of the university community. Through advocacy, education and program development, the center supports the creation of a diverse university community for the purpose of enhancing the student population's academic development, level of cultural awareness and commitment to promote social justice.

The center houses the Black Student Union, Latinos Unidos, Women’s Student Union, Pride Alliance, Jewish Student Union, and the Native American Student Union, while providing support to the Gospel Choir and Sister Circle discussion group. Each of the groups provide a wide array of cultural programming and enrichment to the campus and community.

Additional services provided by the Center for Multicultural Affairs include academic, personal, group, and career services; student advocacy; leadership development; mentoring programs; and various other campus-wide diversity initiatives. For more information about the Center for Multicultural Affairs, students should call (716) 673-3398 or stop by the office at E125 Thompson Hall or email The office's website is available at