The Multicultural Affairs & Concerns Committee (MACC) is a student-focused group made up of PC faculty, staff, and students. This group is dedicated to monitoring the cultural climate on campus; investigating charges of discrimination; finding solutions and increasing positive attitudes relative to multicultural concerns on campus.

MACC is chaired by:

Dr. William Harris, history department

Members of the Committee:

Zoe Montague and Will Lowry, Student Representative for Religious Life
Jerius Duncan and Maya Evans, Student Representatives for Multicultural Student Union
Reagan Osbon, Student Government Association Representative
Alexander Barrus, Student Representative for Spectrum
Jenna Seubarran, Student Interfaith Representative
Eron Vergara, Spanish Club Representative
Rev. Racquel Gill, Assistant Chaplain for Multicultural Community Engagement
Rev. Rachel Parsons-Wells, Director of Religious Life & Community Engagement
Dee Nichols, Athletic Department
Dr. Laura Crary, Art History, Women and Gender Studies
Dr. Justin Brent, Faculty English
Dr. Jaclyn Sumner, Faculty History
Dr. Kurt Gleichauf, Faculty Economics and Business Administration