Cultural Support Groups
SU Multicultural Affairs
Connect with the Syracuse University Office of Multicultural Affairs by joining their list-serve to get the latest information about upcoming events at SU that ESF students can access.
The Baobab Society
King's Court Mentor Program
Created as an initiative in Fall 2013, the King's Court supports ESF's underrepresented male students by providing opportunities for fellowship, creation of various educational programs for their fellow students, and service opportunities to connect with area groups, schools and organizations.
King's Court meets on Tuesdays during the College Hour (11am-12:20pm) in 14 Bray Hall.
Interested students should contact our group's Student Diversity Advisory Council representatives for more information at email@example.com
Students can also contact our group's advisor, Mr. Jamel M. McMullin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladies Against Social Stigmas
Fall 2015 marked the start of one of our newest affinity groups, the Ladies Against Social Stigmas – They support ESF's underrepresented female students by providing opportunities for fellowship, creation of various educational programs for the campus community, and service opportunities to connect with area groups, schools and organizations.
The Ladies Against Social Stigmas meet bi-weekly on Tuesdays during the College Hour (11AM to 12:20PM).
Interested students should contact our group's Student Diversity Advisory Council representative for more information:
- Nafisa Tabassum
Or contact our advisor Kaira Fuentes.
Fall 2015 marked the start of one of our newest affinity groups from the Student Diversity & Inclusion Office, the Rainbow Scholars – They support ESF's LGBTQ community by providing opportunities for community building and programming during the academic year.
Interested students should contact the group's advisor, Amelia Hoffman, for more information.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center
Syracuse University, 750 Ostrom Avenue, Syracuse NY 13244-4350
315-443-3983 Fax: 315-443-9972.
The Lillian and Emanuel Slutzker Center for International Services
Syracuse University, 310 Walnut Place, Syracuse NY 13244-2380
315-443-2457, Fax: 315-443-3091
For more resources about racial/ethnic and international communities see the Multi-Ethnic Resource Directory of Syracuse & Onondaga County