Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center
Opened in 1971 as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center promotes cultural diversity through programs, activities, and forums that celebrate the African American experience. The center also provides academic and personal support to students. Individual counseling is available by scheduling appointments with Bolinga Center staff, and a number of student organizations, such as Black Men on The Move, Black Women Striving Forward, and the McLin Scholars Association offer peer support.
The Women's Center serves as an information clearinghouse on women's issues and services, fostering greater ties between women at Wright State and women in the community. The center promotes gender equity through educational programs and activities that honor the roles, contributions, and experiences of all women. The center also provides resource support for the Women's Studies program and accommodates meetings, workshops, and other small group gatherings that address the concerns and interests of women on campus.
Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center
The Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center was created in October 1997 to support the academic, social, and cultural needs of Asian, Hispanic, and Native American students, faculty, and staff at the university. It also serves an as informational resource center regarding the Asian, Hispanic, and Native American experience and creates an appreciation and understanding of the diverse Asian, Hispanic, and Native American cultures represented within the community. The center's programs consist of guest speakers, workshops, film series, and celebrations of the Hispanic, Native American, and Asian Heritage Months.
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