DICE Certificate Program
The Diversity, Intercultural and Community Engagement (DICE) Certificate Program through the Student Life Multicultural Center is for students interested in exploring diversity, intercultural engagement and socially just leadership. The DICE certification is a great way to demonstrate a vested interest in diversity and intercultural engagement to future schools and employers!
You can receive credits for the DICE certificate by engaging a variety of programs including cultural events, Social Justice Engagement workshops related to equity and inclusion, signature MCC programming, approved service projects and/or diversity leadership retreats.
DICE is a largely self-guided experience for OSU students, staff, and faculty. You choose the events and complete the reflections based on your own schedule. You need to complete 12 credits in 1 academic year in order to receive a DICE Certificate.
Credit = 1 program/workshop + a 125 word reflection
DICE = 12 Credits in 1 Academic Year.
Register for DICE Today!
To sign up for DICE, visit go.osu.edu/diceregistration
After you have signed up through our system, you will receive a confirmation email from our DICE Program Coordinator. You will be enrolled in the DICE Carmen course where you can submit your reflections, track your progress and complete the program. If you are a member of one of our DICE program partners, please be sure to select your program when you register.
DICE points can be earned 1, 2 or 3 points at a time. The DICE Program Overview provides details about how these points are earned. You will have a 2 week window to submit reflections after attending programs.
For the 2021-2022 school year, your DICE credits must be earned and turned in by April 4, 2022.
Social Justice Engagement partners with several programs across Ohio State both to collaborate on producing DICE programs, and to engage student leaders in our DICE certification process. If you are a staff or faculty member interested in creating tailored DICE requirements for a student group or population your work with, please contact Social Justice Engagement Program Interim Assistant Director, Indra Leyva at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programs and events must be DICE-certified to count towards your DICE certificate. You can find DICE-approved programs simply by visit our MCC Calendar. Otherwise you will see upcoming DICE events in the announcement section on the DICE carmen page. DICE offers flexible, fun and experiential trainings, as well as a wide range of opportunities to explore cultural difference!
Campus partners producing a program related to social justice, bias reduction and prevention, intercultural engagement or another closely related event may request DICE Certification and a listing on the DICE page.