The UFMC retreats are unique off-campus opportunities focusing on identity and leadership development. The retreats bring together individuals from different backgrounds to promote cultural competence and build new friendships and a network of allies. All retreats are fun, free, and open to all USD students!
Social Justice Lab
Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cymer Ideation Space (Loma Hall)
In partnership with the Changemaker Hub and the Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness, and Social Action, the Social Justice Lab will provide students from across campus with hands-on experience to use their passion to address social justice issues today. In this interactive co-learning space, participants will learn key tools that will accelerate putting these ideas into action. The Social Justice Lab is free to students, and includes meals (breakfast and lunch), snacks, and materials. Participants must commit to the entire experience - no late arrivals or early departures. Registration for the Social Justice Lab is now open and it will close on Friday, February 10th.
"Greater Than Yourself" Retreat
September 23-25, 2016
Pine Valley, CA
The annual Greater Than Yourself (GTY) Retreat is a free, two and a half day program bringing together a diverse set of students to explore personal awareness and identity, learn leadership concepts and strategies, and build campus relationships and alliances. Participants develop their knowledge of self and others, enhance their awareness of intergroup dynamics, and expand their "toolkits" of campus resources and involvement opportunities. Students return to campus relationships, organizations, and other involvements with new knowledge to promote understanding and networks for action. The retreat is co-sponsored by the United Front Multicultural Center (UFMC), the Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC), and Associated Students. Learn more about the GTY retreat and register (first-come, first-served basis).