Winthrop University: Office of Diversity & Student Engagement - Resources
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Diversity & Student Engagement
216 DiGiorgio Center
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-4514 (fax)

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Diversity & Student Engagement


Diversity Dialogues: A Discussion on Racism - Click here to access a collection of resources that have been complied to help students, faculty, and staff to process and self-educate on racism.

African American Studies - The minor in African American studies is an interdisciplinary program providing students with an intellectual base for understanding the multifaceted dimensions of the Black experience in the United States, Africa, and the African Diaspora. The minor allows students of all races and ethnicities to deepen their knowledge of this underappreciated aspect of the human experience and examine the relationships between various kinds of cultures.

Roddey-McMillan Record - The Roddey McMillan Record is a monthly student newspaper that promotes awareness and understanding of issues concerning minorities for the betterment of the entire Winthrop community.

Safe Zones - A program designed to increase understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender issues and to provide identified safe zones for everyone. SAFE ZONES members are allies to the LGBT population and are identified by displaying a SAFE ZONES symbol (see above). This symbol signifies to all students that this zone is safe and free from discrimination. Members are required to attend a formal orientation.

Office of AccessibilityThe Office of Accessibility (OA) helps to create an accessible campus community where students with disabilities have equal opportunity to participate fully in their educational experience at Winthrop University. 

Winthrop's International Center - The International Center is the home away from home for international students, scholars, faculty, and guests. The Center is a vital resource in assisting students with the many layers of cross-cultural adjustment. One of the main goals of the Center is to highlight the relevance of global learning at Winthrop University. Through programming such as the annual International Education Week events, including the International Tea, and the International Bazaar held each spring, the Center educates and accentuates the diversity which international student, scholars, and faculty bring to our campus.  


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Last Updated: 9/1/20