Presbyterian College acknowledges that diversity is an important component of our students’ education. We strive to create an inclusive community that fosters mutual respect and understanding as our students interact with peers, staff, and faculty of different identity groups. The goal of the Multicultural Communities is to provide educational programs, dialogue forums, cultural events and other opportunities for our students to engage in civil discourse and develop acceptance and appreciation for multiculturalism and diversity.
We look forward to meeting and working with you, please stop by our office located on the second floor of Laurens Hall. For more information, contact Rev. Racquel Gill, Assistant Chaplain for Multicultural Community Engagement, 864.833.8484 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
MSU Digital Memory Book
We all have heard it said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Join us on a digital journey down memory lane as we reflect on the richness of multicultural life here at Presbyterian College. Enjoy a small selection of curated photos of activity at the Brown MSU House, events hosted by the Multicultural Student Union, and various service opportunities provided by faculty, staff, and student organizations. If you have photos that you would like to contribute to this photo album that reflects multicultural presence at PC, please email Rev. Racquel Gill email@example.com.
Multicultural Student Union
The purpose of Presbyterian College’s Multicultural Student Union is to build a supportive, caring and safe community that honors diversity. This is achieved through various service opportunities, community meetings, and social events. The Multicultural Student Union creates the celebration of diversity on campus and facilitates the connection of the campus and surrounding communities.
PC NAACP Chapter
The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Youth and College Division is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race by developing a New Generation of Civil Rights and Community Leaders. For over 80 years, the NAACP Youth and College Division has been one of the largest organized groups of young people in any secular organization in the country. The NAACP chapter on PC’s campus serves as an ally for students of color while also engaging the PC community and the community surrounding PC through various service projects, programs, and educational events. To make donations to the PC NAACP Chapter, visit the Give Now page select “Other” in the gift designation, and manually enter “PC Chapter NAACP”.
Spectrum is intended to act as a safe place for anyone who identifies under the LGBT+ Spectrum or supports the community to be able to speak about their experiences and discuss LGBT+ issues and events. Spectrum is intended to provide resources and community to educate people about the LGBT+ community and issues the LGBT+ community faces.