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Multicultural Student Services

Contact Information

We are located in Building 6 (the Lair) across from the SCC Bookstore. Our office is generally open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. Our phone number is (509) 533-8875.

Mission

The Multicultural Student Services Center will provide an inclusive atmosphere for all students, faculty, staff, and community members' visiting Spokane Community College. We will offer multicultural resources, advocacy, activities, programming, and clubs to ensure the success of our students. We will also provide assistance to students from traditionally under-represented backgrounds and help them achieve academic success at Spokane Community College.


Lori Hunt (photo) Lori Hunt
Multicultural Director
(509) 533-7378

Resources:

  • Community event information
  • Computers for student use
  • Employment information board
  • Multicultural student clubs information
  • Multicultural programs information
  • Scholarship information

Services:

  • Academic and personal counseling
  • Career planning
  • Financial aid assistance
  • Multicultural student club advising
  • Recruitment programming
  • Registration assistance
  • Tribal education funding assistance
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Get Involved!

The Multicultural Student Service Center has many student led clubs that are ethnicity-specific:

If you don't see a club that represents your interests or culture, be the change you would like to see. Start your own club! For more information, email lori.hunt@ccs.spokane.edu or call (509) 533-7378.

Activities

Throughout the academic year, Spokane Community College's Office of Multicultural Student Services is engaged in numerous activities, including:

  1. Support and advising of SCC's multicultural student clubs
  2. Various celebrations and fundraising events for student clubs
  3. Diversity awareness presentations
  4. Cultural celebrations for Hispanic Heritage Month, Native-American Heritage month, African-American History Month, and Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  5. Community-oriented recruitment activities
  6. Visits and activities at local high schools
  7. A professional mentoring program for and by SCC students
  8. Celebration of Cultures Week
  9. Native-American, African-American, Hispanic graduation celebrations
Community Colleges of Spokane provides
equal opportunity in education and employment.
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