Multicultural Resource Center
The Multicultural Resource Center is located in the Holmes Student Center within the Office of Student Affairs. The Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) was created in 2008 in an effort to address the growing multicultural student population and their needs.
The MRC has a number of purposes:
- Provide space for small groups to meet
- Provide space for individuals and groups to study, relax, work on projects
- Be a resource for current and prospective students
The MRC has a computer and printer, a growing library of books, a large table for meeting and project space, and comfortable couches/chairs to relax. There is also space for student groups to store files and papers--providing them with a consistent space to store student group information and past event information. This will hopefully ease some of the the challenges our groups have with losing papers and information year to year.
The MRC also has brochures and informational fliers on our multicultural student groups on campus, certificate programs offered at TU study abroad information and resources on internships and scholarships.
While still being decorated, the MRC will also house artwork from our TU students. Some student groups are in the process of donating artwork and previous contest winners will also be displayed.
Currently, the MRC is open 8am - 5pm Monday through Friday. After 5pm and weekends are available via appoinment only.
For more information on the MRC, please stop by the Holmes Sudent Center or email Laura Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.