The Multicultural Roundtable is composed of student leaders that represent each multicultural organization at Appalachian. This group meets once each month to discuss current issues, build stronger leadership skills, learn about resources at Appalachian and the community that will contribute to the success of their organizations, approve expenditures for student travel and for supporting campus events, and assist with other projects on behalf of the Office of Multicultural Student Development.
Multiculturalism is a perspective that creates opportunities for individuals to respond in positive ways to diverse identities through interaction and education.
Social Justice is defined as both a process and a goal. The goal of social justice is full and equal participation of all groups in a society that is mutually shaped to meet their needs. Social Justice transforms structures that perpetuate unequal distribution of social power. Social justice as a goal inclues a vision of society in which the distribution of resources is equitable and all members are physically and psychologically safe and secure.
MSD Funding and Grants
Enrichment Grants are available for individuals and recognized student organizations for the purpose of leadership development or for campus programs and events that promote the mission of that organization and supports multiculturalism or social justice.
Limited co-sponsorship funding is also available for other university departments who are actively engaging in work that promotes multiculturalism or social justice.
- Grant Application Form for Students or Student Clubs
- Co-Sponsorship Grant Application Form for University Staff [pdf 173k]
Students who will be going for Individual grants or group grants please click the link and submit the online form.
Staff and University departments please print and send completed form and additional application materials by intercampus mail to:
Kyle Keith, Graduate Assistant for the Multicultural Center
Plemmons Student Union, Room 112