Welcome to the Diversity and Intercultural Center!

Our Mission

    The objective of the Diversity and Intercultural Center is to ensure a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students, specifically students from diverse backgrounds, to be able to thrive personally, socially, and academically at Lawrence University. This will be achieved through education, conversation, and celebrations that embrace culture and identity in oneself and others.

     The Center provides additional resources such as individual cultural support, a diverse library (books, magazines, pamphlets), connections to the surrounding diverse communities, and diverse programming including workshops, forums, discussions, and cultural conversations. Please stop by for a visit and get connected. We look forward to seeing you soon!

We are located on the first floor of Memorial Hall!

Cultural Expressions Auditions!

Cultural Expressions is an annual production, presented by the Black Student Union of Lawrence University. Its purpose is to enhance the cultural awareness, educate, and empower the Lawrence and Fox Valley community through artistic and creative expression. 

Come with something to show us. Ideas don't have to be fully fleshed out, but we need an idea of what your performance will entail. 

When: January 19th and 20th
Time: 1 pm to 5 pm on both days
Where: Sankofa Basement (the house on the quad with purple doors)
We are also looking for a pair of hosts! You can do it as an individual or a pair! If interested in being our host, please attend this audition!



We are hoping to add an art gallery this year, if you are interested in displaying your visual art (photography, drawings, paintings, sculptures, etc.) or even maybe poetry or short stories that you don't want to perform. Please contact Kye Harris (kye.f.harris@lawrence.edu) for more information!

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The Title IX Coordinator is Here for You!

The Title IX Coordinator can be found at Room 101 Brokaw Hall, reached via phone at 920-832-7496 and via email at titleix@lawrence.edu.

The Title IX Coordinator addresses issues related to sexual misconduct, sexual assault, relationship and interpersonal violence, sex- and gender- based discrimination or harassment, and gender equity. The Title IX Coordinator works with all parties involved in the complaint process to ensure a fair, equitable, and timely response. They are available as a private resource to anyone in the Lawrence community.



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