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Campus Life & Student Affairs

Rules, Regs & Rights

Check the 2014-2015 Student Handbook to learn the College's rules and regulations and your rights as a student.

Bias incidents are taken very seriously by the College. Learn more about the Bias Incident Response Protocol.

Mission & Goals

Keuka’s Office of Multicultural Affairs coordinates programs and events to enhance the College’s diversity education efforts, and support students from all backgrounds. The office is charged with serving the interests and needs of students of color and under-represented groups. Its programs and services support, respect, and promote diverse perspectives, while enhancing Keuka’s efforts in recruiting and retaining students from historically under-represented groups.

Student Development Goals

Students will develop multicultural competency through awareness and understanding of their values, beliefs, attitudes and assumptions in order to assist in their understanding of an increasingly global community.

Students will feel valued and respected as members of the Keuka community, and will, in turn, value and respect others.

Students will develop advocacy skills to assist in their personal development as well as the development of a culturally diverse campus.

Students will learn how to effectively use the services offered at the College to meet their personal and academic goals.

Students will develop leadership skills as well as learn how to be active and engaged citizens.

Student Services Goals

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will engage and involve the Keuka community in celebrations, discussions, forums and workshops that not only help to create awareness, appreciation, and understanding of diversity, but also develop multicultural competency in an increasingly diverse world.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will provide direct support to multicultural students, including advocacy, leadership development and personal advising.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will serve the interests and needs of students of color and other under-represented groups, and will support, respect, and promote diverse perspectives.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will enhance Keuka’s efforts in recruiting and retaining historically under-represented groups.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will support the academic success of students of color and under-represented groups as the College works towards improved retention, access, and the successful completion of goals.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will work closely with members of the College’s administration, faculty, staff, students and alumni to develop and promulgate a working understanding of the College’s commitment to diversity.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will cultivate and nurture mentoring relationships between students of color and alumni of color.