Office of Multicultural Student Affairs
University of South Carolina
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Multicultural Student Affairs News

NEW students: join the Multicultural Assistance Peer Program!

The Multicultural Assistance Peer Program (M.A.P.P.) is a program designed to assist first year multicultural students in their transition to the University of South Carolina. Continue reading

Meet your 2017 MAPP Mentors!

The Multicultural Assistance Peer Program is designed to assist first year multicultural students in their transition to the University of South Carolina. Continue reading

Photos from the Civil Rights Tour

Students visited sites that are of historical importance to the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, AL., Selma, Al., Montgomery, AL, Tuskegee, AL. and Atlanta, GA. Continue reading

Get to know the Multicultural Assistance Peer Program (M.A.P.P.)

“With M.A.P.P. you have access to resources, you always have somebody to talk to, you have more than enough friends. And then it goes way beyond your college experience. These are people you will keep up with even after you graduate.” – Trevor Priouleau Continue reading

Apply for the Social Justice Activist Program!

This comprehensive program will be delivered in three distinct stages- Ally, Advocate, and Activist. Each stage will consist of 12 hours of training over six consecutive bi-weekly sessions. Continue reading

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