Warrior Cross Cultural Center

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

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The WCCC will remain in remote operations through the Summer and Fall 2020 semester. 

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We Stand Together

The Warrior Cross Cultural Center provides a sense of belonging for all members of our campus community. All are welcome to our space regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, creed, religion, age, social class, socioeconomic status, physical and cognitive differences, political views, immigration status and veteran status. By actively working with community and campus partners we hope to provide affirmation and validation for all individuals and student groups.


  • Ally Training
  • Conference Room Space
  • Undocumented Student Services
  • Virtual Programming
  • Community Engagement
  • Mindfulness Corner
  • Intimate Study Space 
  • Volunteer Project
  • Workshops
  • Male Success Initiative
  • Monthly E-Newsletter
  • Inclusive Resources
  • Reading Nook
  • Social Justice Library
  • Organizing & Advocacy Training

Use the Pride Snapchat Lens!

Celebrate Pride Month with this fun Snapchat lens. Using your smartphone, launch the Snapchat app and scan the code below or click on the Snap code to enable the lens. By default, lens is enabled for 48 hours and can be reused multiple times.

Snap code. Pride. Stanislaus State. Shield.

Updated: July 20, 2020. The Warrior Cross Cultural Center is a unit of the Division of Student Affairs.