Cultural Enrichment Opportunities
The Oﬃce of Multicultural Aﬀairs spearheads the coordination of a variety of cultural enrichment events that are dedicated to celebrating the cultural diversity of our community and enhancing our community’s awareness of diversity and social justice.
Cultural Heritage Month Celebrations
Cultural Heritage Months celebrate the customs, values and traditions of different cultures within the United States, examining the issues and struggles of different communities as well as affirming their contributions to American society. We celebrate Hispanic Latinx Month (September 15 – October 15), LGBTQ History Month (October), Native American/Indigenous History Month (November), Black Heritage Month (February), Women’s Empowerment Month (March), and Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (April)
MLK Commemorative Events
The MLK Commemorative Events provides an opportunity for the campus and community to gather and celebrate the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Events include annual parades in Savannah and Statesboro, service learning opportunities, and a keynote speaker.
Holi Festival of Colors
Translated as the “Festival of Colors,” Holi is a traditional holiday celebrated by Hindus and Sikhs. Holi Festival has an ancient origin and celebrates the triumph of good over bad. It is a socio-cultural festival during which a wide range of colors are smeared over each other as a mark of love and belonging, and to welcome the spring season.
Multicultural Achievement Celebrations
These celebrations are in honor of graduates to celebrate their contributions to the GS community and accomplishments. We host Lavender Graduation (LGBTQ), Donning of the Kente (Black/African American), Latinx, Asian, and Indigenous celebrations in the Spring semester.
Last updated: 5/12/2022