McCarthy Center 504
Tuesday, 2/4 7pm - 9pm
BHM Trivia. North Hall Commons.
Play trivia in teams of 4 and win prizes!Led by BSU.
Wednesday, 2/5 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Safe Space Training. Multicultural Center
Be a resource for LGBTQ students. Free lunch. 25 person Max.
Tuesday, 2/11 7:30pm - 9pm
Discussion-What He vs. She thinks? DPAC
A discussion between the sexes.Led by BSU.
Wednesday, 2/12 4:30pm-6:30pm
Understanding Islamic Dress
Join CDI & Fashion Design Faculty as we discuss Middle Eastern clothing & culture.
Thursday, 2/13 6pm - 8pm
Cupid Shuffle. North Hall Commons.
BSU plays cupid as they lead a dating game.
Tuesday, 2/18 7:30 pm - 9pm
Discussion- Lightskin vs. Darkskin. DPAC.
What do these terms mean? Does skin color matter?Led by BSU.
Tuesday, 2/25 7pm - 9 pm:
Discussion– Hair Talk. DPAC.
Natural, relaxed, “good hair”...join us to discuss these terms and more. Led by BSU.
Wednesday, 2/19 7pm
What does BHM Mean to you?
Towers, Multipurpose Room
Join us as we talk about BHM over free food!Led by BSU and Res Life.
Phenomenal Woman Nominations Due
4pm in McCarthy Center 504
Thursday, 2/20 6:30pm - 8 pm:
Film Clips & Food. Alumni Room.
Join Kathy Martinez and Dr. Daisy Ball as they examine a popular film based on an actual case and discuss its impact.
Wednesday, 2/26 1:30pm - 2:15pm:
Diversity Dialogue: Trayvon Martin –
Two Years Later. Alumni Room.
Join us for a dialogue on the Trayvon Martin case. Free snacks & wear a hoodie in
remembrance. Led by CDI.
March 12, 2014
Phenomenal Woman Ceremony
4:30pm in McCarthy Center Forum
Light Refreshments provided
Each June the University hosts an orientation program for the parents of incoming first year students. The program takes place over eight days in late June. Each day corresponds to a different group of academic majors. You will be assigned a day based on your student's academic major. The Parent Orientation day is the same as the student's orientation day. While there is no cost for your student to attend orientation, there is a $35.00/person cost for parents and guests who attend Parent Orientation.
While both parent and student have orientation on the same day, the programs are completely separate until the end of the day dinner. During the Parent Orientation you will gain knowledge on a variety of topics including academics, safety and security, student life, and of course the laptop program (how to purchase, how they are used in class, etc.). Although the day is long, our goal is to answer all of your questions before you leave. The program has a wealth of information presented in an engaging and entertaining way.
Parent Orientation invitations for June 2014 will be mailed to students in the spring. Please keep a look for it in your mailboxes. I look forward to meeting you.
Parent Orientation Dates 2014
June 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 27