It is never too late to join CDI; we encourage students, faculty and staff to become members. If you have any questions about CDI, please contact CDI Co-Chairs Sue Dargan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Millie Gonzalez at email@example.com.
Meeting Dates: Wednesday, 1/29, Wednesday, 2/19, Monday, 3/31, Wednesday, 4/23
To submit a request for funding to the budget subcommittee, send your proposal by the 2nd Tuesday of every month.
CDI has its own Twitter account. If you would like to publicize any events, activities or news related to diversity and inclusion on our campus or outside of our campus, email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Diversity and Inclusion Research Guide
Access resources on diversity and inclusion through this online research guide.
Below we have listed some of our offices on campus and resources that they offer. Please click on the office name to be redirected to their Websites.
Arts and Humanities
Arts and Humanities offers a rich array of cultural programs scheduled throughout the year. These include diverse speakers, performances, art exhibitions, and a series of international films.
Campus Ministry is a service to you and for you, whatever your religious affiliation or non-affiliation. Campus Ministry respects all religious traditions on campus and offers religious services, educational programs, and volunteer service opportunities. The office also provides spiritual guidance and counseling for members of the Framingham State University community who are dealing with issues of faith or morality. Most religious services are held at the Ecumenical and Cultural Center located behind the McCarthy Center.
Campus Ministry currently has two chaplains, who are prepared to assist any student, staff or faculty member who wishes to utilize their services. Currently, Hai Ok Hwang, M. Div. is regularly on campus serving the Christian community and any other religious denomination. Rabbi Lazaros is available to counsel our Jewish students on a weekly basis.
Please do not hesitate to call on them for spiritual counsel or for a referral to another faith tradition.
Catholic Chaplain: Hai Ok Hwang, M. Div.
Mondays: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Wednesdays: 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
College Center 516
508-626-4610 ext. #1
Career Services and Employer Relations
Their goal is to help you in all aspects of your career search from the time you enter the university and through your career transitions after graduation. Check out the Students and Alumni section which offers resources for students with disabilities, resources for veterans, and LGBT considerations.
The Counseling Center at Framingham State provides a range of mental health services to help students improve emotional, interpersonal, and academic functioning.
The Center provides individual, couples, and group counseling, as well as psychopharmacology assessment and management to any matriculated undergraduate or graduate student, free of charge.
Framingham State offers equal opportunities to all qualified students, including those with disabilities and impairments. Framingham State is committed to making reasonable accommodations as are necessary to ensure that its programs and activities do not discriminate, or have the effect of discriminating, on the basis of disability. Academic Support serves students with learning and psychiatric disabilities as well as students with visual, mobility, and hearing impairments.
Framingham State seeks to maintain a positive environment for faculty, staff, students, and visitors. Accordingly, we have developed policies and procedures that promote inclusion in the workplace and an environment that is free from illegal harassment and discrimination. Policies, contracts, and information on state and federal laws are available on the HR Website.
The Office of International Education directs the Study Abroad program as well as provides resources for faculty and international students.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs seeks to promote an environment that is culturally aware, supportive, and understanding. The premise of multiculturalism encourages us as a community to look beyond the mainstream and explore new cultures and ideas that are different from our own. Multicultural Affairs provides programming and opportunities to do that.
Diversity is a broad concept. The Multicultural Center is engaged in supporting diversity as it relates to racial/ethnic identity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, religion, physical ability, teaching style, learning style, and political philosophy
Welcoming: The center will be welcoming to all students.
Supportive: The center seeks to foster student development.
Safe: The center will be a safe zone for all students-particularly underrepresented students.
Social: The center will be a place where students can socialize with their peers and the FSU community.
Studious: The center will be a space where students can do their work individually or as a part of a group
Active: The center promotes student engagement and participation in its many varied activities.
Upper Mezzanine, Whittemore Library.
Director, Multicultural Center