Held monthly, these lunches are designed to connect students with other USD students, faculty and staff. In addition, they provide valuable information about the UFMC's programs, as well as other university and community resources.
First-Generation LunchWe invite you and your family to attend a free information session and lunch during OLÉ! Weekend and Transfer Fall Orientation on Saturday, August 31st to hear from current students, parents of first-generation students, and faculty. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn about resources that will support you as you begin your journey at USD.
Unfortunately, registration for event on Saturday, August 31st has been closed. We invite you to attend the First-Generation Student Lunch on Friday, September 20th at 12:30 p.m. in the Student Life Pavilion 418.
Held at the beginning of fall semester, this week-long program raises awareness of the impact of hate crimes and bias motivated incidents in our community. During this time, we present speakers, films, discussions, exhibits, information tables, and much more.
Please click here for information on the 2013 events during Hate Crimes Awareness Week.
The Annual National Conference On Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) focuses on the complex task of creating and sustaining comprehensive institutional change designed to improve racial and ethnic relations on campus and to expand opportunities for educational access and success by culturally diverse, traditionally underrepresented populations. Each year, the UFMC sponsors a group of students to attend the conference. This year's conference is being held in New Orleans, LA May 28 - June 1. For more information about the conference visit the NCORE website.
Download a copy of the application here.
The Formal is our annual spring dance for all UFMC student organizations and friends to enjoy. In an elegant setting, we come together to enjoy good company, great food, and dance the night away…
This year-end celebration honors the accomplishments of graduating seniors and graduate students, recognizing their outstanding achievements and contributions to USD and the UFMC. Selected graduates will also be honored with C.L.A.S.S. Awards for their contributions to the development of leadership, academics, social justice, and service on campus. Family members of graduates are encouraged to join us for this special event.
Students: You're encouraged to nominate your fellow classmates!
The UFMC works with university departments, students, community organizations and local schools to connect youth to the University of San Diego and build relationships. Our efforts seek to enhance the recruitment of underrepresented groups and create a more diverse and inclusive community.
This annual event brings different traditions, cultures, and talents that make up the USD community. Everyone is invited to enjoy delicious cultural cuisine and enjoy talented performances from various multicultural student organizations. Previous performances include singing and spoken word as well as traditional and contemporary dances from the Philippines, Mexico, Hawai'i, Spain, and India. "It is through the arts, the sharing of our traditions without any stigmas or stereotypes, that the beauty of unique heritages and cultural distinctness can be most easily transmitted and appreciated."
Safe Space Allies
The Safe Space Allies Network enhances the ability of students, staff, administrators and faculty to demonstrate proactively and personally the University's core values of community, inclusion, and respect for all - regardless of sexual orientation or other identity. Grounded in Catholic Social Thought, the University's mission affirms that all human life is sacred and that the dignity of the human person is the foundation of a moral vision for society. Click here for more information.