Office of Student Life

Multicultural Center

Education and Training

Education Programs: The dialogues, trainings, workshops and intercultural programming offered by the Student Life Multicultural Center touch on a wide range of identity development and social justice issues. The scope of these programs adapts to address the changing culture and climate related to local and national contexts, as well as in the centralized context of the Ohio State campus community.

Our professional staff is available to facilitate these workshops and trainings for groups such as University Academic Advisors, College Faculty, Departmental Administrative Staff, Athletic Coaches and other student-facing professsionals at the university.

In addition to this, our team of graduate and undergraduate students who are trained as peer facilitators will often work with us to lead dialogues and programs with student organizations, fraternities and sororities, residence hall floors, athletic teams and other groups of students.

If your group is smaller than 10 people, please consider utlizing one of our Community Kits.

To request one of the presentations described below for your group of 10 or more, please visit the Workshop Request Page or email Indra Leyva.

Available workshops and trainings include:

Buck-Identity Workshops

Ability, Faith and Social Class Workshops

Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Workshops

Race, Ethnicity and Nationality Workshops