Welcome to the UAA Multicultural Center!

The UAA Multicultural Center's mission is to provide programs and services designed to facilitate access, persistence, success and graduation of underrepresented minority students (URMs) at UAA. We encourage students to give careful consideration to their academic and personal goals leading them to take responsibility for their academic choices and decisions. 

We believe that through purposed engagement in programs, services, activities and organizations, all UAA students can not only enroll and matriculate, but GRADUATE from UAA. At the UAA Multicultural Center, we have a growing suite of intellectual, cultural, and social programming designed to facilitate a welcoming environment, effective student engagement and ultimately student success!

The UAA Multicultural Center is located on the first floor of the Rasmuson Building in room 106. We are available from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The UAA Multicultural Center is open in Fall, Spring, and Summer.


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Upcoming events

  • The New Black
    This multi-award-winning documentary argues compellingly that struggles for LGBT civil rights are a continuation of the African American Freedom Struggle because they free a significant component of the Black community from legal discrimination. (For more information, visit www. newsreel.org).
    When: April 17, Thursday, 5-7 pm,
    Where:Multicultural Center RH106.
    Refreshment & Discussion to Follow Afterwards. 


  • 2014 AHAINA Spring  Dedication Ceremony
    The AHAINA student program recognizes students who have accomplished their goal of acquiring their undergraduate degrees or certificates and whose success is a demonstration of hard work and diligence.If you would like to join us for the 2014 AHAINA Spring Dedication Ceremony on May 3rd, 2014 12 - 2pm,  please R.S.V.P by Friday April 25th.  For more  information, contact Tami O'Neal, toneal1@uaa.alaska.edu