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Welcome to the Global Diversity and
Inclusion Department at Columbus State!

At Columbus State, we value diversity and believe our differences help create a better learning environment. By collaborating with other offices and groups on campus, the Global Diversity and Inclusion Department seeks to support our diverse community, build relationships and provide educational opportunities. Our efforts include cultural celebrations, employee development, support/membership groups,
campus training and much more.

 Check out our upcoming events calendar and a full list of
student life programs to see how you can get involved!

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 Umoja Karamu Rescheduled

Umoja Karamu, which means "Unity Feast" in Swahili, is an African American celebration that celebrates African American history through readings, music, symbolic foods, and dance performances. Umoja Karamu is rescheduled for March 2015. More info coming soon.



Women's History Month Has Kicked Off And Is In Full Swing.

There are lots of amazing Black History Month events taking place during the month of February. Click Here to view the full list of upcoming events!

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Upcoming SafeZone: Sexual Identity Workshop

Get signed up for the upcoming SafeZone: Sexual Identity workshop taking place on April 2nd, 2015 from 2PM to 4:30PM in the WD Building Room 407.

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Join Us For The Upcoming DREAM Network Workshop

This workshop will focus on career exploration and is designed to provide DACA and undocumented students with information.

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1st Ever Women's Leadership Summit Coming Soon

Join us for the 2015 Women's Connection Leadership Summit to build connections with one another through conversation and the sharing of stories. This year’s theme, “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives” will act as a base line for all presentations and activities. 


African Celebration Week is 
March 30th - April 3rd

African Celebration Week at Columbus State is hosted by the Global Diversity and Inclusion department and is from March 30th to April 3rd. African heritage and tradition will be celebrated through fashion, art, dance, film, discussions and service.