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Link to: CMA Workshops (open to all students)
Fall 2013 Events
CMA Study Zone
CMA will be offering extended hours for students preparing for finals. Stop by for a quiet spot to study, snacks, computer lab and study rooms. CMA staff are also available to talk about:
- Study tips
- Staying healthy and focused during finals
- Registration questions/Class schedules
- Time & Stress management
- and more…
Dates: M-F, Dec. 9th to Dec. 13th, and M-W, Dec. 16th - 18th
Times: 8:30am - 8:00pm
Location: CMA Student Lounge, Center for Community, suite N320 (third floor)
CMA December Graduation
Join us as we honor our December graduates and wish them well! We will be hosting an informal drop-in reception for all December graduates and their families.
Wednesday, December 18
11:00am - 1:00pm
CMA Student Lounge, Center for Community, suite N320 (third floor)
Arts & Sciences Advisors In-Residence (open to all students)
Have a quick question? Academic advisors from the College of Arts & Sciences will be available in the Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) to work with students (from all UCB colleges/schools) on a ‘drop-in' basis every week for the remainder of the semester – starting September 11!
Location: CMA Student Lounge, Ctr. for Community, N320
every Wednesdays, 11:30am - 1:30pm and
Thursdays, 2:00 - 4:00pm
Let's Talk About It Campaign!
Calling all students! Do you have an opinion about a diversity-related topic? Are you currently involved in a project or activity that highlights diversity? Join us in promoting a campus-wide awareness campaign on the importance of infusing inclusion, diversity and social justice in our CU-Boulder community. What do you feel is important for you around diversity and how would you like to see that represented here at CU? CMA peer mentors will be "interviewing" across campus to capture your thoughts, ideas, wishes, and self-expressions on what diversity means to you! If you would like for a peer to contact you or if you want to visit CMA to drop us a line or two, please let us know!
Visit: CMA at Center for Community, suite N320
'got privilege' Campaign. Get Involved!
Take the pledge! You can pick up a pledge card in various student centers across campus. Sign the back of the card and commit to examining a privilege that you may have and help create greater awareness about the issue! You can either keep the card or drop them off at CMA.
Everyone has privileges and benefit from those privileges. Understanding how we can hold and challenge these to become stronger allies, is a step towards anti-oppression work. Join the CMA peer mentors as they create spaces to reflect on our intents and impacts and practice skills that challenges inequity and promotes greater inclusion.