The Multicultural Affairs Center (MAC) at Truman State University provides a support system for underrepresented students by creating a campus environment that nurtures Latino, African American, Native American and Asian American students academically, socially, culturally, and personally.
The MAC provides comprehensive academic and cultural programming to help foster an inclusive environment committed to diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice. Our goal is to empower global leaders through education, leadership, and service.
The Multicultural Affairs Center is one of the resources that paved the way to my success in college. During my time at Truman, the MAC introduced me the SEE program, Ronald E. McNair program, and some of the best friends I will ever have. The MAC offered me many resources that allowed me to network and positively impact my professional career! –Kylie Warner, Class of 2014
Our vision is to help students:
- Build upon their overall self-esteem and self-efficacy
- Foster an environment of inclusion and equity to bridge intercultural gaps and inequities
- Provide opportunities for academic and cultural enrichment
- Develop cultural competence for successful global leadership
- Enhance their self-awareness through strengths based activities and opportunities
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November 10, 2017
The Supremacy Series is a four-program series presented by the Multicultural Affairs Center geared toward deepening the conversation and understanding of supremacy in the U.S. For more information about the series and the essay contest component, visit mac.truman.edu/supremacy. The Real Life Oregon Trail 6 p.m. Nov. 8, 2017 Student Union Building Alumni Room Do you remember […]
April 1, 2017
The Multicultural Affairs Center’s three-part series on leadership will continue April 8. Each session offers a light breakfast, impactful knowledge to help lead an organization and information students can take with them into their career choices. The final session will be followed by a small reception. It is not necessary to attend all three sessions, […]