Intercultural Center

As a part of the Cultural Centers, the Intercultural Center provides a welcoming space on campus for students to explore their identities, find community, and work towards social justice. The programs center on racial and ethnic identity, and also provide perspectives on multiple aspects of identity.


Intercultural Center programs focus on the exploration of culture and its relationship to other aspects of identity. Through the use of workshops, presentations, and dialogue, the Intercultural Center provides both current and historical perspectives on the experiences of communities of color.

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Selected Programs from the 2016–17 School Year

      • #___ForBlackLives
      • Lyricist Lounge
      • First Generation Collectives
      • Change Agent Initiative
      • Exploring Class (Class Privilege Workshops)
      • The White House and White America
      • Pau Hana (APIA Drop-in Space)
      • MENASA (Middle Eastern, North African, South Asian Drop-in Space)
      • Umoja (Black and African American Drop-In Space)
      • Sala de Alianza (Latin@ Drop-in Space)
      • Activist Collective

Contact Info

Intercultural Center

Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

University Center 411 (415) 422-6484 (415) 422-2898