Faith A. Wilkerson
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is a resource for students, faculty and staff. The primary mission of OMSA is to assist traditionally underserved and/or underrepresented student populations (race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender) through advising, support, program development, retention efforts and promoting an appreciation of diversity throughout the campus community.
OMSA service and program components include diversity training, leadership development, referral services, cultural programming, discussion groups, collaboration and partnership development, multicultural resources and scholarship information.
The staff members of OMSA are dedicated to serving as advocates for multicultural students' concerns and interests while providing advice to a wide array of multicultural groups.
All students are urged to visit the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs located in the University Student Commons, 907 Floyd Ave., Room 215, P.O. Box 843080, Richmond, VA 23284-3080; telephone: (804) 828-6672.
Last update: 5/30/2013
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