The office of Multicultural Affairs provides a variety of multicultural educational programs, services, and one-on-one interactions to help students meet their academic goals
What We Do
- Build a sense of belonging for social, professional, and academic integration
- Cultivate guidance and inspiration for underrepresented students
- Promote cross-cultural awareness and cultural competence
- Engage in multicultural and co-curricular programming
Persistence and Retention Programs
- Guidance for Undocumented-Students with Inclusive Academic Support (GUIAS)
Guidance for Undocumented Students with Inclusive Academic Support focuses to create an inspirational, inclusive and safe environment for undocumented students by providing relevant social and academic resources given their immigration status.
- The Fellow Forum Program
The Fellow Forum program seeks to focusses on educational success and the well-being of our men of color. Our program is driven by Latinx, Black, Asian/Pacific Islander, LGBTQ, Native and other men of color students getting together with professionals to increase persistence and completion at MCC.
- Multicultural Affairs News
This newspaper will be created to highlight issues of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and success stories of underrepresented students with the support of partner departments and the McHenry County Community.
- Latino/a/x Empowerment Conference
The purpose of the Latino Empowerment Conference is to inform, empower, and encourage Latino high school students to believe and find a purpose to pursing a higher education career.