Hispanic-Latino students have access to all student resources and support services at Georgia Southern. If you would like to speak one-on-one with a mentor or advisor, please consider reaching out to one of the follow faculty/staff members. You may also look into the student organization ALAS (Association of Latino Students).
Dr. Nancy Shumaker, Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement
firstname.lastname@example.org | 912.478.1435
Minority Advisement Program (MAP)
The MAP Program is a mentor program of the Multicultural Student Center. MAP is a unique college mentoring/success program for minority incoming students (a.k.a. MAPees) that match freshmen and transfer students with upperclassmen (MAP Sponsors) to assist with their acclimation to college life.
Diversity Peer Educator Program (DPE)
The Diversity Peer Educator (DPE) Programs mission is to promote greater cultural understanding, awareness and respect for all students. Through educational programs and campus outreach, DPEs strive to enhance students’ comprehensive knowledge of diversity, inclusion and social justice issues to maintain a positive, supportive, and inclusive environment.
Cultural/Heritage Month Celebrations
The Multicultural Student collaborates with students and faculty to celebrate the cultural diversity of the campus through events and programs during the following awareness months: Hispanic Heritage, Disability Awareness, LGBTQ, Native American, Black History, Women’s History and Asian Awareness. These programs encourage a greater understanding of different cultures, religions, and ethnicities.
If you are interested in obtaining a mentor, becoming a Peer Educator, or getting involved with diversity programming with the Multicultural Student Center, please consider reaching out to the following staff member:
Mrs. Dorsey K. Baldwin, Director, Multicultural Student Center
email@example.com | 912.478.5409