Marshall Center Mission
Welcome to the Marshall Center for Intercultural Learning.
The Marshall Center for Intercultural Learning offers a welcoming and inclusive shared learning space that supports students of color to thrive, succeed and experience a sense of belonging. We encourage students to engage in the exploration of identities, experiences, as well as our shared humanity through dialogue, cultural celebrations, intercultural events, and partnerships.
Our programs and services aim to:
- Affirm Identity
- Build Community
- Cultivate Leaders *
Each and every member of the Wheaton community has a role and responsibility in this process. We look forward to getting to know you and learning what you will contribute to our work.
*Tatum, B. D. (2000). The ABC approach to creating climates of engagement on diverse campuses. Liberal Education, 86 (4), 22-29.
- Intercultural Early Arrival Program
- Intergroup Dialogue
- Cultural and Heritage Month Celebrations
- MLK Legacy Celebration
- Graduation Celebration for Students of Color
- Intercampus Collaborations with academic departments and student groups
- Club advising
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