The Office of Multicultural Affairs ensures a diverse and inclusive community of learners, works corroboratively with other university units, builds a capacity to recognize and value difference, encourages and supports positive interactions between and among diverse populations, and maximizes the benefits of a multicultural perspective.
The goal of Multicultural Affairs is to graduate a more diverse student population and to prepare all students to function productively in a rapidly changing global, multicultural society. Diverse cultural interests are promoted through lectures, seminars, theatrical presentations, musical groups, and other offerings. The office coordinates the University's observance and celebration of Black History Month.
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Concord University offers excellent support and services to our international students. International Student Services provides advisement on immigration matters, health insurance, employment, practical training, travel regulations and community involvement. We also provide programs and services to enhance the stay of our international students, including orientation, social activities and informational sessions. We seek to provide educational programs to the entire campus community highlighting the numerous cultures represented on campus.
Concord University is committed to working with students with disabilities to assess their needs and to assist with academic accommodations that may be necessary and appropriate due to their disability. The Office of Disability Services assists in the coordination of appropriate services, based on the Student’s individual documented needs. Education programs for the entire campus community highlight an understanding of disabilities and provide support within the campus community.
Office of Multicultural Affairs Information
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Jerry and Jean Beasley Student Center
Meet the Staff
Nancy Ellison, Director of Multicultural Affairs
M.A. Marshall University
Student Center 107
J.D. Appalachian School of Law
Chad Parsons, Instructor in English as a Second Language
B.S. Susquehanna University
Student Center 107