Our community is comprised of many groups, and we strive to support all of these groups through the programs and services that we offer. We ensure that the needs of our community are met and that our voices are heard.
By working with students, faculty, staff, and community partners to promote an inclusive campus climate and by acting as an educational resource, we prepare all students to succeed in a heterogeneous and ever-changing society. The office serves in an advisory capacity for student organizations focused on issues of community, diversity, and understanding. We also support groups for faculty, staff, and alumni and assist faculty and administrators with multicultural program development and addressing individual student issues.
We invite you to check out the groups we support for students, faculty/staff, and alumni! For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact our office.
For Current Students
We offer a variety of outlets for students to explore topics of diversity, inclusion, and social justice. Our programs and services also help students develop leadership skills, create community, and creatively express their identities. The Office supports a wide range of International, Multicultural, and Social Justice Student Organizations and programs community-widesignature events.
We are also connected to many campus & community groups to provide students with additional academic and social networks within Lewis & Clark as well as the greater Portland area.
For Prospective Students and Families
Are you considering applying to or attending Lewis & Clark? The Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement is here to support your journey and growth. Email us at email@example.com - we would love to introduce ourselves! Prospective Students of Lewis & Clark.
Portland Multicultural Resource Guide
The Lewis & Clark Multicultural Resource Guide, known as “The Living List,” contains resources valuable for students, staff, and faculty. This guide is especially useful for traditionally underrepresented members of the Lewis & Clark community. This extensive guide serves as a starting point to familiarize yourself with what is available to you in Portland, Multnomah County, and surrounding areas.
“A Word That Describes Me…” Project
2017 Leadership Beach Retreat with College Outdoors
2017 IME Banquet
Stay Connected to Us
The best way to stay connected and be informed about our programs and events is by signing up for our weekly e-newsletter (open to all students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community partners)! You can sign up for the e-newsletter by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to learn more about the Division of Student Life?
Check out the Student Life Briefing Book!