The Warrior Cross Cultural Center 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.
The Warrior Cross Cultural Center empowers our community by educating students, campus staff and faculty, and community partners with the goal of creating a socially just living and learning environment on campus that is inclusive, affirming, and just.
Updated: August 21, 2020. The WCCC is a unit of the Division of Student Affairs.