The Office of Diversity & Community, Latino Student Association, Students for the Propagation of Black Culture, and SGA is proud to present several activities for the final month in the academic year! In the Office of Diversity & community, April is a month dedicated to highlight the achievement and success of many of our students, and we devote time to help student organizations transition their organizations executive board
*All events are free (however, some events are invite only)
Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration
Tuesday, April 8, 1:40 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. (X-Period)
Student Center Ballroom
This event features information displays, entertainment and food samples from the Japanese and Korean Clubs.
Sponsored by:The Japanese Club, Korean Club and the Office of Diversity and Community.
This is a talk open to allindividuals and groups interested in supporting and providing services for LGBTQ youth, adults, and their families. This event will feature, Angie Bowen, MS, LPC.
Sponsored by:ArMHCA (Arkansas Mental Health Counselors Association)
Thursday, April 10, 7 p.m.
McCastlain Hall Ballroom
This annual end of year event celebrates the accomplishments of various registered student organizations and their members. This year's theme is a "Night in the Emerald City" and several awards will be presented to members who have exhibited outstanding leadership characteristics. Plus, new officers for each group will be announced.
Dress code: Semi-Formal.
Sponsored by: Students for the Propagation of Black Culture.
Next Level Leadership
Friday, April 11th, 3:30pm
College of Business Auditorium
Next Level Leadership is designed as a new officer training for student leaders. The office partners with the Office of Student Life to provide the opportunity to sharpen their leadership skill, and gain knowledge on best practices for organizational management and development. This event will feature guest speaker Rasheed Ali Cromwell, of the Harbor Institute.
Sponsored by: the Office of Diversity & Community
Upperclass Academic Achiever Dinner
Monday, April 14 - 5 p.m
This event honors upperclass students who achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher at the end of the fall 2013 semester.
Sponsored by:the Office of Diversity and Community
6 – 8:30 p.m. College of Business Auditorium, Room 107
Sponsored by The Gender Studies Minor, The Feminist Union, and Speak Out.
Latino Student Association Graduation Ceremony
Saturday, April 19 - 3:45 p.m.
Recognizes Latino students for accomplishments and achievements throughout their undergraduate career. This dinner will features guest speaker Max Carranza who is a UCA Alumnus and former two time SGA President.
Sponsored by:the Latino Student Association.
Students of Color Graduation Dinner
Wednesday, April 23 - 5:30 p.m.
The goal of the dinner is to provide an intimate and personal acknowledgment of student achievements and to mark their transition from UCA to the next phase of studies and/or professional career. As a part of this event, each student attendee will be given a custom UCA graduation stole plus several academic and service awards will be given.
Sponsored by: the Office of Diversity and Community