The WCCC will remain in remote operations through the Summer and Fall 2020 semester.
Welcome to the Warrior Cross Cultural Center
The Warrior Cross Cultural Center (WCCC) was established through a collective vision of students who advocated for a space where critical dialogue and action take place to dismantle racial, social and cultural systems of oppression. We work to foster critical consciousness by developing intentional programs aimed at liberating the voices of marginalized students and the campus community. The Warrior Cross Cultural Center empowers transformative learning by using a student-centered approach that promotes and validates intersectional identities and experiences. This kind of work is foundational to the practice of Student Affairs, helping students to succeed in becoming global citizens.
We are home to:
A Safe/Brave Space,
Undocumented Student Services
Male Success Initiative
Our Space (on-campus and virtually) is a place:
- where we can discuss what is happening on an individual, community, and national level.
- where a social justice perspective and intersectionality are foundational themes that run through the space and programming.
- to empower underserved communities while challenging systems, hegemonic thinking and policies, and traditions that maintain inequities in our society.
- to build community with a goal of creating a socially just living and learning environment on campus that is inclusive, affirming, and just.
The WCCC will be operating remotely until further notice and services will transitition to virtual or alternative formats. We appreciate your continued patience and understanding during these difficult times.
- Ally Trainings
- Undocumented Student Services
- Virtual Programming
- Community Engagement
- Cross Cultural Workshop Series
- Mindfulness Corner
- Intimate Study Space
- Monthly E-Newsletter
- Conference Room Space
- Reading Social Justice Book Club
- Diversi-Tea Virtual Talks
- Inclusive Resources
- Reading Nook
- Social Justice Library
- Organizing & Advocacy Training
- Social Media/Zoom Live Sessions
The Warrior Cross Cultural Center (WCCC) welcomes opportunities to co-sponsor on-campus activities. Members of the Stanislaus State campus community (recognized student clubs & organizations, departments, faculty and staff) have the opportunity to request a co-sponsorship to support events that are inclusive of the Stanislaus State community. At this time, we are not able to co-sponsor off-campus activities or individual pursuits. The WCCC requires that a co-sponsorship request form be completed for all co-sponsorship requests at least 4 weeks prior to the event/program. Co-sponsorships are received and reviewed on a rolling basis. At this time, only one request will be considered per semester. For more information and to request a co-sponsorship request form, please contact us via phone at (209) 667-3511 or email at email@example.com.
In Solidarity with our Campus Community
The Warrior Cross Cultural Center (WCCC) stands in solidarity with our Warriors in this collective pain and with everyone who has suffered the effects of racism and prejudice in our communities. We are committed to creating inclusive spaces on & off campus (and virtually) where racism, dehumanization and prejudice is NOT tolerated. Period. You are LOVED.
Black Lives Matter Resources
Updated: August 27, 2020. The Warrior Cross Cultural Center is a unit of the Division of Student Affairs.