Hanging Out at "The Center"
The Center for Culture, Inclusion, and Community
"The Center" welcomes each and everyone of you.
At "The Center" you can:
- Utilize computers for homework
- Use the comfy couches to relax
- Discuss any issues regarding social justice or diversity
- Access campus and community resources
- Come join us and make new friends!
For more information about programs and services, or learn how you can be involved,
contact Larissa Tikhonova at firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 352-8143.
The Center Hours
Monday - Thursday
Friday - Sunday
9:00am - 6:00pm
Program Specialist 2
We offer a variety of services including:
- Referral resources on and off campus
- Community collaboration and partnerships
- Quarterly orientation for new, returning, and former students
- Informal discussions
- ESL Conversation Partner Program
- Coordination of "Students of Color Conference" attendees
- Educational and social events and programs
LGBTQ College Resources
Attending college can be difficult, but lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning students may have an even harder time than others. The following guide was created to help LGBTQ students understand how many campuses are helping to make the college experience more welcoming and supportive. Use this guide for various on-campus and online resources.
If you are interested in attending the 2nd Annual Queer I Am Summit on March 25th - 26th, 2016 at South Puget Sound Community College. Please stop by at “The Center “(CC1-002) to get more information!
The Center for Culture, Inclusion, and Community “The Center” is pleased to announce that applications for the Annual Students of Color Conference are now available.
The 26th Annual Students of Color Conference, “This is Our Time: Truth Redefined!” will be held in Yakima, Washington on Thursday, April 21st to Saturday, April 23rd, 2016. The Students of Color Conference brings together over 850 students from 37 community colleges across the state to discuss topics that include ethnic and racial identity development, academic success, skills for promoting social justice, and intercultural communications. All registration costs, accommodations and transportations will be covered by “The Center” for those selected to attend.
You must be a student at Cascadia for Winter 2016 and Spring 2016 to be eligible to participate at the conference.
If you are interested to participate at the conference stop by “The Center “to get more information.
To learn about the Students of Color Conference, please visit Students of Color Conference page created by Cascadia students.