Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion


  1. February is Black History Month

    The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society. As a Harvard-trained historian, Carter [...]

  2. Services for Students with Disabilities Updates and Announcements

    If you are a student with a documented disability and have not registered with Services for Students with Disabilities you should submit your application now for Spring semester. Information on how to register can be found at: or you may call 216.397.4967. If you are currently a student registered with SSD you should submit your Letter of [...]

  3. Spring Tutoring Hours

    Tutoring and study tables are available in a variety of subjects such as psychology, biology, theology and religious studies, resume check ups, and foreign languages. The Learning Commons, located in the lower level of Grasselli Library, is now offering weekly tutoring sessions. Take advantage of these resources and study in a collaborative environment which includes [...]

CSDI Calendar

  1. Jan 28

    Film Screening: The Barber of Birmingham

    Alabama barber and civil rights veteran James Armstrong experiences the fulfillment of an unimaginable dream: the election of the first African-American president. Two screenings: 12p and 5p. CSDI Lounge Room 48, Lombardo Student Center. (25 minutes)

  2. Feb 11

    Film Screening: Guilty Pleasures

    Ironies abound in the contrasts between the everyday lives of romance novel readers and the fantasy worlds that offer them escape. Follow five romance devotees who must ultimately find their dreams in the real world. Two screenings: 12p & 5p. CSDI Lounge

  3. Feb 13

    Cultural Show & Dinner: Vertigo @ The Cleveland Orchestra

    Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (1958) will be projected on a giant screen above the Severance Hall stage, with musical accompaniment performed live. 12 free spots for students. Tickets, meal, and transportation provided. Sign up starting Feb. 2.

  4. Feb 25

    Cultural Awareness Series: Kiese Laymon

    Kiese Laymon is an American writer, editor and professor of English and Africana Studies at Vassar College. Author of Long Division and How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America, Laymon's work deals with American racism, feminism, family, Hip-hop.