Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion

CSDI News

  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: http://sites.jcu.edu/disabilities/pages/requesting-services/ 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. Feb 2

    African American Read-A-Round

    Bring your favorite book excerpts, short poems, speeches (anything) authored by African Americans. Location: CSDI Lounge. 12p.

  2. Feb 2

    Panel Discussion

    The difference between two cultures: being African vs. African American. Location: LSC Conference Room. 6p-7:30p.

  3. Feb 3

    Trivia Night

    Black history month trivia night. Location: The Underground. 6p-8p.

  4. Feb 6

    Joe Turner’s “Come and Gone”

    Joe Turner's Come and Gone is a play by American playwright, August Wilson. It is the second installment of his decade-by-decade chronicle of the African-American experience, The Pittsburgh Cycle. Off-campus event. $5 deposit. Sign up at CSDI. 5p- 10p.

  5. Feb 9

    Panel Discussion

    The natural hair movement. Location: Murphy Room. 6p-7:30p.