The Multicultural Center is located on South Campus along the DMZ. It is behind Rothermel Hall next to Schuylkill Hall. You can access it by vehicle via South Campus Drive.
To find the Multicultural Center on several versions of campus maps, click here.
Multicultural Center Staff:
Director, Ms. Rhonda Branford: The Director of Multicultural Student Services is responsible for the overall administration of Multicultural Services with a focus on enhancing the multicultural experience of the campus community. Her administrative functions include budget management, program authorization, supervision, policy making, and hiring. She sees students by appointment and/or walk-ins. She also facilitates classroom presentations, upon request.
Operations Manager and Receptionist, Mrs. Jeann Cengeri: The Operations Manager and Receptionist oversees the room reservation process, schedules, and technical setups for programs sponsored by the department and other campus organizations and departments. She supervises student workers and assists with the training of workers. She also processes all paperwork associated with expenses for programs, office supplies, travel, etc., which include processing travel forms, placing orders, and processing purchase requisitions. She maintains the library at the center and updates the website as needed. She is part of the annual Welcome Week Planning Committee.
Although team work is essential for most projects and duties, both of the graduate assistants is assigned some distinct responsibilities.
Amanda DeAngeles- Coordinator for Granted Access Project(G.A.P.), special Projects & Assessment. She specializes in college awareness and initiatives. She also researches new initiatives, assessment and assessment tools and special projects (Women Who Inspire booklet) and is responsible for generating and tabulating our general assessments. Her main responsibilities are to plan and coordinate on-campus activities for the college prep/awareness program-GAP as well as provide services to GAP participants on location at their schools.
Nteajiedd Flowers-Gordon-FRESH coordinator and Social Exchange Program Planner. She specializes in personal development. Her main job responsibility is to advise and further develop and implement the FRESH Project-a first-year student advisory team for planning academic, social and personal development activities for first year students. She will also utilize the activities of FRESH to feed into and serve as recruitment for the REAL academy (See GA-Leadership) and help facilitate some of the R.E.A.L programs. Other responsibilities include planning social exchange programs and promote all MCC events.
Adrian Perez-Student Development and R.E.A.L. Academy Coordinator. He will specialize in leadership devel0pment and works closely with student groups on organization and planning skills. He is responsible for planning and implementing the leadership retreat(s)/activities, sch as the annual Ujima Conference and facilitating the All Organization Executive meetings, as well as other programs. His main responsibility is to lead and co-implement the new initiative-R.E.A.L. Leadership Academy.
Student Workers play a significant role in the Multicultural Center and are valued members of the Center Team. Their responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assist staff and fellow students with utilizing the Center resources
- Serve as primary staff during evening hours
- Serve as guardians of the Center and its contents
Current workers for Fall 2015 and Spring 2015: