Student Life

Multicultural Center

The mural on the wall of the Mulitcultural Center

The Multicultural Center opened in 2000the result of a student petition requesting the creation of a safe space on campus. The Multicultural Center serves as the home and meeting place for a number of different clubs and organizations, as well as the home base for students organizing events, rallies and awareness programs on campus.

The Multicultural Center hosts a number of programs and activities each year, including the annual trip to the Quechan Reservation in Yuma, AZ.

The Multicultural Center is open to all members of the campus community.

Student clubs and organizations that operate out of this Multicultural Center include:

  • African American Association (AAA)—formed to act as a support group for African American students at the University of Redlands and is open to all students.
  • Asian Pacific Islander Student Association (APSA)—sponsors educational and social events that focus on Asian and Pacific Island culture.
  • Fidelity Isonomy Erudition (FIE)—a non-Greek, non-exclusive, co-ed siblinghood built on the pillars of service, awareness, and siblinghood.
  • Hawaii Club—shares various cultural values representative of the different ethnic groups in Hawaii with the University of Redlands community.
  • Latina Network—formed with the purpose of establishing a support group for female students of Latin descent as well as other members of the student body interested in Latin American culture.
  • Middle Eastern Cross Cultural Association (MECCA)—focuses on exploring Middle Eastern culture and addressing Middle Eastern political and current event topics.
  • Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA)—a national organization that promotes and encourages the Chicano Mexicano/Latino heritage.
  • Rangi Ya Giza (RYG)—a non-Greek brotherhood that focuses on diversity, leadership, and brotherhood and local, national, and global service.
  • Wadada Wa Rangi Wengi (WRW)—a non-Greek sisterhood dedicated to community service and raising awareness about social justice issues, primarily advocating for female-oriented causes.

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Appleton Hall

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