As an expression of the College’s commitment to be an inclusive and collaborative community, the Unity Center is a community center where students can gather to celebrate and engage in conversations and experiences across their differences and similarities.
Located in Blanchard Community Center, the Unity Center is the home of student groups such as the First-Generation and Low-Income Partnership student organization (FLIP), the MoZone Peer Educator, the SGA Students of Color Committee and is where most Intergroup Dialogues are hosted.
The Unity Center encourages us to share our stories and, in turn, to appreciate the stories and experiences of all those who make up our diverse community.
Affiliated student organizations:
- FLIP — First-Generation and Low-Income Partnership
- Mixed Identity Student Collective (MISC)
- SGA Students of Color Committee
The Unity Center is also the home of:
- MoZone Social Justice Peer Educators
- Cultural center student employees
The Unity Center
The Unity Center seeks to be a valued space where students can gather to celebrate and engage in conversations and experiences across their differences.
- 206 Blanchard Hall
Latrina L. Denson
- Associate Dean of Students, Community and Belonging