Santi Alston, Assistant Dean of Students for Inclusion, Engagement and Success.Extensioin 7712 (503/517-7712)
Dayspring Mattole, Program Coordinator of the Multicultural Resource Center. Extension 7518 (503/777-7518)
Multicultural Affairs reflects the institutional commitment to developing and sustaining a campus environment that affirms the diverse cultural experiences of students in the Reed community. Through the peer mentor program, Multicultural Affairs seeks to support the experiences of students from underrepresented racial and ethnic communities, first generation students, and students from any background who are committed to engaging in meaningful dialogue about diversity. Multicultural Affairs also develops programs through the Multicultural Resource Center, that offer the campus community a space to reflect upon the intersections of race, gender, class, sexuality, religion, and numerous social perspectives that are present within society.
(last modified: August 12, 2013)