Multicultural Resources and Services connects prospective
and new minority students to individuals, information, programs,
and organizations that support and enrich their college exploration and preparation, application process, and campus experience.
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Assistant Director of Multicultural Recruitment
email@example.com(724) 357-2230Room 117, Sutton Hall
Shawn has worked in IUP Admissions for 14 years. He earned a master’s degree in sports management at IUP and a bachelor’s degree in political science at Talladega College.
“Speaking to high school students and sharing tips on college success is gratifying. I’m on the level. I can honestly say IUP is a great university, with great opportunities for students of color.”
Assistant Director of Latino Recruitment
firstname.lastname@example.org(724) 357-2499Room 117, Sutton Hall
Irvin joined IUP in 2012. He is the advisor of various Latino-based organizations on campus and is a brother of Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity, Incorporated. He earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology, graphic communications, at Millersville University of Pennsylvania.
“I’m a first-generation college grad. While I was growing up, college wasn’t mentioned at our dinner table. A mentor told me I could go to college, and even get a scholarship. Now I want to be an example and help mentor Latino students.”
Assistant Promising Scholars Coordinator
email@example.com(724) 357-7543Room 117, Sutton Hall
Kiani is from Philadelphia, where she attended the Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush High School. She’s a Communications Media major, a Promising Scholars student with a full-tuition scholarship, the treasurer of the Multicultural Student Recruitment Team, on/off air talent for IUP-TV’s Press Start, and a sister of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Incorporated.
“In high school I organized a Multicultural Day for my senior project. I persuaded the principal to cancel classes for a day, and I organized performances, workshops, a lunch with different foods, all representing a variety of cultures, so students could learn about them.”
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Dozens of student groups are geared to minority students: historically black fraternities and sororities; multicultural fraternities and sororities; and many more. Find new friends and build memories to last a lifetime!
Students, faculty, and staff embrace and encourage diversity and inclusivity both individually and collectively, in many offices and departments.
Students: 14,728; undergraduate: 12,471, graduate: 2,257; minority
students: 16 percent; international students: 6 percent; faculty: 770.
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