CMA Resources

Center for Multicultural Affairs
E-125 Thompson Hall
SUNY Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: (716) 673-3398
Fax: (716) 673-3765

The Center for Multicultural Affairs offers a variety of services and programs, such as Programs/Events/Speakers, Sensitivity Training, Prejudice Reduction Workshops, Classroom Presentations, Relationship Workshops, Personal Counseling, Mentoring/Advising, Student Advocate and/or Disciplinarian, and Mediation Between Individual Groups. The Center also works in cooperation with other departments on campus to coordinate certain services:

 Campus Life Office

The Campus Life Office is located on the first floor of the Williams Center. The staff is dedicated in assisting students as students develop their competencies, autonomy, identity, integrity, and interpersonal relationships in an interpersonal environment. The Campus Life Office is also in charge of the, Orientation Sessions for incoming students. Student Activities, College Reservations, Commencement Committee, Central Ticket Office, Leadership Development, and Volunteer Services. Website http://www.fredonia.edu/campuslife/

 Volunteer Services

The Volunteer and Community Services Program is an option to help college students get real world experience while helping others. The program aims to involve students with the community to work together as a team and learn from one another. Website: http://www.fredonia.edu/campuslife/volunteer/

 Educational Development Program

The purpose and goal of the Educational Development Program, formally known as the Educational Opportunity Program, is to serve the needs of those students who are capable of collegiate study, but need assistance in developing their unexplored abilities. Wedsite: http://www.fredonia.edu/edp/

 Career Development Office

The friendly staff and the programs of the Career Development Office can help you explore options and make career/job choices, plan strategies to gain experience and identify skills to become competitive, develop skills to implement a successful job search, learn how to apply to graduate or professional school, find information to help you make decisions or implement your plans as well as get connected to employers and graduate schools. Website: http://www.fredonia.edu/cdo/

 The Learning Center

The Learning Center is a non-remedial, confidential, free tutoring service available to all students of SUNY Fredonia. You don't need an appointment, and you don't need to be failing -- just stop by during the Learning Center's drop-in-hours. Website: http://www.fredonia.edu/tlc/

 International Education

SUNY Fredonia students have more than 400 study abroad opportunities in 53 different countries. SUNY Study Abroad programs are open to most SUNY and non-SUNY students, from first year to graduate level. .Students should consult with Fredonia's Director of International Education to decide when and where to go, as careful preparation is essential to ensure a successful experience. Website: http://www.fredonia.edu/internationaleducation/

Council For Women's Concerns

The Council For Women's Concerns is an organization for SUNY Fredonia employees of the faculty and professional ranks. Members are committed to addressing women's concerns and supporting women's work throughout the campus. Website: http://www.fredonia.edu/cwc/

 SUNY Fredonia‚Äôs Safe Zone

The Safe Zone program at SUNY Fredonia works to foster the development of an atmosphere of growth and enrichment for all. Specifically, its goal is to promote understanding among all people of issues for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, staff, and faculty. Website: http://www.fredonia.edu/safezone/

 Western Consortium SUNY Native American Office

The Native American Office coordinates scholarships, internships, and programming as well as maintains a list of resources for Native American students and communities. Website: http://www.fredonia.edu/na/


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