Q. Are there any minority based organizations or programs on campus?
A. The Black Student Union of Ashland University exists to promote an awareness and understanding of the African American culture, providing programs and events to allow minorities to interact with one another.
A. Unidad is created for our Hispanic and Latino students to help the campus community in understanding the Hispanic/Latino culture. Like all of our programs and events, all are welcome regardless of ethnicity.
Q. Are there any mentor programs on campus for minority students?
A. Yes, Pathways is a program that is designed to aid incoming minority freshmen students in their transition from high school to college.
Q. Are there any African American Sororities or Fraternities on the Ashland University campus?
A. We have one African American Fraternity, Omega Psi Phi and always looking for ways to expand this demographic.
Q. What is the minority population on the Ashland University campus?
A. Approximately eight percent of Ashland University undergraduate students are minorities.
Q. Are programs offered by the Office for Multicultural Student Services for minorities only?
A. No, all programs/services offered through the Office for Multicultural Student Services are open to the entire campus community.
For more information about Multicultural Student Services, please contact Jonathan Locust, Jr., Director of Multicultural Student Services, by email at email@example.com