Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Campus Culture

Center for Diversity and Inclusion


Campus Diversity

Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Cultural Affairs and Support Services
  Marcei Woods, Coordinator | mwoods@bloomu.edu
  570-389-4091
Multicultural Affairs
  Madelyn Rodriquez, Director | mrodrig2@bloomu.edu
  KUB 29 | 570-389-4510
International Education Services
  Madhav Sharma, Director | msharma@bloomu.edu
  Old Science, Room 127 | 570-389-4831
LGBTQA Resource Center - Sexual & Gender Diversity
  A. Malik Muhammad | amuhammad@bloomu.edu
  ERH 141 | 570-389-3933
Military and Veterans Resources
  Bob Heckrote | rheckrote@bloomu.edu
  570-389-3856
Women's Resource Center
  Albra Wheeler | awheeler@bloomu.edu
  1st floor Schuylkill Hall | 570-389-5283
Dean of Students
  Donald Young | dyoung@bloomu.edu
  KUB 101 | 570-389-4734

Bloomsburg University's Center for Diversity and Inclusion promotes a supportive campus climate that fosters the personal and professional growth of students from all backgrounds. With this, the center strives to provide enriching experiences that celebrate different culture and perspectives.

Through various programming efforts and activities, the center offers opportunities for all diverse members of the campus community to become empowered and to thrive at Bloomsburg University.

International Education Services (IES)

International Education Services (IES) serves as an information and communication resource for both institutional policies, federal guidelines and policies and US customs that impact international students and visiting scholars.

LGBTQA Resource Center

Through Student Affairs and the Office of the Dean of Students, the LGBTQA Resource Center is committed to making Bloomsburg University a safe and welcoming space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, and allied students. This is done through education, programming, advocacy and public policy.

Multicultural Center

The Multicultural Center provides programming and educational services that address specific challenges to all students and issues faced by historically underrepresented individuals and groups, including African-American, Asian, Hispanic, Latino, Chicano and indigenous descent, disabled, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender individuals, women and religious groups.

Women's Resource Center

The Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to improving the status of women students at Bloomsburg University. We do so through the development and implementation of educational programs, community outreach, victim advocacy, and referral services.