Creating Community in Safe Spaces

Posted On September 4, 2019
Categories News 2019

Georgia State University is committed to making inclusion accessible for all campus communities. The conference rooms in the Multicultural Center offer unique ways for the Georgia State community to design their multicultural education by simply signing in and choosing the conference room of their liking. The conference rooms are open from 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m., Monday through Friday. The staff is always excited to meet the campus community to help them through their education endeavors.

Georgia State University has historically served commuter student populations, however, innovative initiatives have helped commuters integrate into on campus life. Amid the busy streets and populated plazas, there is a location on campus where students can slow down while continuing to build a sense of community at Georgia State.

The Multicultural Center encourages the growth of students’ academic endeavors while furthering Georgia State’s initiative to be recognized nationally for its approach to leadership in inclusion.

The conference rooms in the Multicultural Center provide a safe space to hold study sessions with a class study group or individually, organization meetings or just to take some personal time. Every conference room is equipped with comfortable furniture, seating for up to eight people and high quality LED screens. One of the conference rooms even comes equipped with an entire dry erase wall for studying and research purposes.

Outside of the conference rooms, students are also welcomed to check out other areas of the multicultural center, such as the library, where you can find plenty of multicultural education literature available to check out.

Stop by the Multicultural Center in Student Center East to reserve one of the conference rooms.