Multicultural Programs and Events

Several events throughout the year celebrate and promote diversity at Fisher.

View the full calendar to learn more about upcoming events.

Inclusion Dinner

At the end of Orientation Weekend, the Inclusion Dinner serves as a way for students to connect, learn about ways to get involved, and have a positive start to the academic year. This event is hosted by the Affinity Clubs with SGA.

Students share about their experiences at the ALANA Dinner.

Students share about their experiences at the ALANA Dinner.

Alana Dinner Celebration

African American, Latino American, Asian American, and Native American students come together to celebrate their graduation at the ALANA Dinner. Graduating seniors may share about their experiences, and students receive Kente Stoles.

Cardinal Conversations

The Student Government Association, Lavery Library, and Senior Diversity Officer Dr. Marlowe Washington host Cardinal Conversations, giving the campus community an opportunity to hold in-depth discussions about diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Spirit of Identity Week

At the start of the Spring semester, the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership promotes the Spirit of Identity Week with the Affinity Clubs. Each club hosts a special event during the week to elevate the voices of diverse groups on campus while celebrating community and identity.