The office of Diversity and Inclusion at Alma College strives to provide opportunities for students to learn about self and others while creating spaces for each of us to be our most authentic selves. The diversity programming should challenge and encourage us to move beyond our comfort zones. The office of Diversity and Inclusion is a space and resource for all students, staff, faculty and administrators to learn about our differences and how to be intentionally inclusive.
Alma College has many student organizations that address the needs of our diverse students. Here is a link to those organizations: Student Organizations.
“You have to invest in yourself through the college to take advantage of the many networking opportunities that can lead to really grand avenues of success.” — TiKilah Turner
Joshua DuBois, who led President Obama’s fatherhood and mentoring initiative and wrote a groundbreaking magazine cover story on “The Fight for Black Men,” keynotes Martin Luther King Jr. Week at Alma College.
“I love helping students. A lot of students have trouble branching out and making friendships. As a mentor, I’m there to provide encouragement and advice.” — Ernikka Johnson