Fri, August 25 – Sun, August 27: New Black Student Weekend (AAA)
This is a retreat for incoming minority students where the organization and volunteers take the students off campus and provide activities, key note speakers, and discussions that educate the incoming students about succeeding during their undergraduate careers. The event also informs the students about resources available on campus that will enhance their college experience.
Wed, August 30 – Adelante (LCA)
Thurs, August 31 – Justice Jubilee (SED)
Justice Jubilee is a resource fair geared towards students with emerging interests in social justice, including environmental justice, racial justice, and more. The fair is open to all students and will feature various fun activities and prizes and opportunities to engage in social justice work.
Fri, September 1 – Four Directions (NAIC)
Four Directions is about visibility, and it’s about interacting and trying to get Native American and Indigenous first-year and transfer students to know that there are campus resources that are specifically for them and their identity.
Wed, September 6 – YBO: You Bring out the Asian in Me (ADPAC)
YBO is both a resource fair and concert for incoming APIA freshmen students. YBO resource fair provides you the opportunity to find APIA student organizations and professional development opportunities all under one roof and culminates in a rousing concert by a prominent Asian American artist.
Thurs, September 7 – Bloq Party (QPOCA)