The Multicultural Mentorship program is a peer mentoring program designed and designated for Augusta University's students from minoritized identities. The MMP assists with the first-year transition into the Augusta University community. First year students will be paired with upperclassmen to aid in their adjustment to college life and Augusta University. All participants will engage in social, personal, and professional development opportunities that are exclusive to the program.
For more information, please email: The Office of Multicultural Student Engagement.
The African American Male Initiative (AAMI) is a leadership development program designed to cultivate the talents and abilities of African American male students to support their academic and future career goals.
Our goal is to promote student success and improve graduation rates through social and academic networks. Through collaborating with university and community partners we intend to connect students with others to envision their future, to explore their passions, and to actively engage in their college experience.
The MSE provides many opportunities for students in the AU community to learn and develop their level of awareness. Through training and facilitated conversations, we will create an environment where students can obtain a higher level of cultural competency.
Current Training Offerings:
Please contact us for more information on these opportunities!
The Multicultural Student Engagement Office encourages all people to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please email email@example.com in advance of your participation or visit.
A talent show amplifying inclusiveness and cultural awareness! Participants get a chance to win $500. Occurs every fall semester.
Join us for Weeks of Welcome and connect with our cultural student organization leaders and our Multicultural Student Engagement Center to discover ways to get involved, build community and make AU your home away from home.
These event begin at 12:00pm and take place in the JSAC Hardy Room.
Students can engage in this programmatic platform that focuses on topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and will allow students the opportunity to discuss their thoughts and questions with the featured speaker and with each other.
These events begin at 6:00pm on MS Teams.
This will be an opportunity for our new/returning students to learn more about our identity and culturally based registered student organizations.
Join us in the JSAC Breezeway from 11:30am to 1:00pm!
We kicked off spring semester with a double-feature drive-in movie night, with Get On Up! and Get Out. Be on the look out for our Spring Movie Night!
Connect with our cultural student organization leaders and our Multicultural Student Engagement Center to discover ways to get involved, build community and make AU your home away from home.
Occurs every month in JSAC Coffeehouse at 6 pm.
Students are invited to enjoy free donuts or snacks from different countries while learning how to get involved in AU’s multicultural initiatives. Occurs twice a month in the JSAC Breezeway or Education Commons from 11:30 pm until supplies run out
Times and locations
All registered student organization Presidents that have an identity or cultural focus are invited to meet and discuss collaborations, initiatives and their experiences. Meetings take place in the JSAC Hardy Room at 12 pm.
Students are invited to learn about an aspect of their holistic wellness from a University of Community representative while enjoying free food. Usually occurs in the JSAC Hardy room at 12 pm every month.
These events create a space for Black Women to come together as a community to share experiences and find support. All Black Women in the AU Community are encouraged to attend.
Times and Locations: JSAC Coffeehouse at 12pm
This annual event is hosted by Augusta University, Paine College and Augusta Technical College. This year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration is speaker Dr. Roscoe Williams, the first African American faculty or staff to be hired at Augusta College in 1970. He will deliver the keynote address.