OMA Open House
During Syracuse Welcome in the fall and early January, Multicultural Affairs (OMA) holds an open house for all students, especially for students of color, and their families to become acquainted with the office and its programs and meet the OMA staff.
Cultural Centers Welcome
The Cultural Centers Welcome, which is part of Syracuse University Welcome programming, includes representatives from OMA as well as the Disability Cultural Center, the LGBTQ Resource Center, and Slutzker Center for International Services. The participation of each of these departments in the event demonstrates the interconnectedness of the University’s Cultural Centers and show our investment in caring for, understanding, and connecting with all SU students.
This is event is not only great for students and parents, but also for new staff and faculty to meet each other and for each office to share new developments and programs happening in the upcoming year.
WellsLink Transitions Ceremony
This is a formal ceremony honoring WellsLink Scholars from the previous year who have successfully transitioned to their second year at Syracuse University. Academic Achievement Awards and Leadership Capital Certificates are presented and transitioning students receive stoles to symbolize their achievement. Nationally- and globally-recognized speakers are invited to this event.
Multicultural Family Affairs Reception
The Multicultural Family Affairs Reception is an annual event held during Family Weekend where families are welcomed by faculty, staff and students. The evening highlight our communities’ long history at Syracuse University.
Annual OMA Mixer
OMA started the Mixer back in 2008. During the semester, students of color do not have the opportunity to interact with our faculty and staff outside of the classroom. The Mixer is an opportunity for students to meet staff and faculty and share contact information.
OMA End of Year Celebration
OMA holds an annual End of the Year Celebration at the end of the Spring semester for all students involved in OMA Programs . OMA staff will take the opportunity to honor high-achieving students who were actively engaged in OMA programs and other programs on campus and in the community. Friday, May 7, 2021.
1. EOY: Tik-Tok You Don’t Stop
OMA is officially challenging you to a #PromTok dance battle as part of our End of the Year celebration. Do you have the moves to make the crowd go crazy? Submit your video OR Photo to see if you have what it takes to be the #PromTok champ.
2. EOY: Performance Request!
OMA is looking for talent to perform at the End of the Year Celebration. We interested in poets, dancers, rappers, or singers that would like to participate. Please fill out the form to be considered. If you are selected, you will receive an email of the next steps.
3. EOY: Nomination
Please help us to choose who we should honor at the OMA’s End of Year Celebration. To nominate someone for an award, please fill out the online form.
Indigenous Graduation Reception
The Native Student Program in Multicultural Affairs (OMA) will host its 17th Annual Indigenous Graduation Reception for graduating students and their families . This reception gives everyone an opportunity to welcome, recognize, and congratulate degree recipients. For more information, contact Regina A. Jones at email@example.com
Multicultural Graduation Reception
Multicultural Affairs (OMA) host its annual Multicultural Graduation Reception for graduating students and their families immediately following Commencement. This reception gives everyone an opportunity to welcome, recognize, and congratulate degree recipients. For more information, contact Multicultural Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.