Welcome, new and returning Stony Brook students! We are looking forward to an exciting year of programs, learning experiences, and opportunities that celebrate diversity on our campus.
OMA is dedicated to helping Stony Brook University maintain an all-inclusive campus community where diversity is valued and celebrated, and where multicultural learning is promoted. We offer students opportunities for leadership, internships and employment, campus involvement, and personal development through programs, campus traditions, collaborative efforts, community service, and related academic experiences.
As a unit of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, LGBTQ* Services provides a variety of resources, and activities to support LGBTQ* students and promote LGBTQ* inclusion in all aspects of University functions.
Join us for Stony Brook University's Black History Month Opening Ceremony, February 1st, 1:00pm, in the Student Activities Center Gelber Auditorium. Guest speaker: Sulma Arzu-Brown, author of Bad Hair Does Not Exist/Malo Pelo No Existe!, a call for the cultural solidarity and empowerment of young Black, Afro-Latino, and multi-racial girls to see themselves, and their hair as beautiful. Ms. Arzu-Brown is a Garifuna or Black Carib, who takes pride in her Afro-Latina identity. She is also a mother, entrepreneur, the Executive Director of Garifuna Coalition, and Vice President of Operations for the NYC Hispanic Chambers of Commerce. Free and open to the University community and their guests.
Click here for more information about Black History Month events.