DEI - Get Involved
Multicultural student center
The Multicultural Student Center (MSC) is a hub of activism, connecting students of all cultures, races, and backgrounds. We encourage collaboration, DEI programming, and respect for identities. All programming is designed to increase human understanding through the study and expression of culture. The MSC provides potential coalition space for groups in one physical location, encouraging dialogue and cooperation toward achieving common goals.
Gay straight alliance of Gateway - GSAG
Gateway is committed to creating an inclusive and safe campus environment that values the unique contributions of all individuals, including those of diverse sexual and gender identities. Click the topics below to learn more:
You can learn more about GSAG at its webpage by clicking here.
Gateway is committed to offering opportunities for faculty and staff to learn about LGBTQ identities, gender and sexuality, and examine prejudice, assumptions, and privilege. Faculty and Staff who complete Gateway’s Safe Zone training have the option to display a Safe Zone symbol in their office space to communicate to others that they are open to talking about and being supportive of LGBTQ individuals and identities.
Gateway’s Safe Zone training is currently in development and scheduled to begin in spring 2019. More information to come soon!
Each Gateway campus has all-gender restrooms available to students, faculty, and staff. Here are their current locations:
- Classroom and Training (CAT) building – 2nd floor main hallway
- Student Services Center – 2nd floor in the E215 hallway, just outside the mailroom.
- Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise (TIE) building – 3rd floor main hallway.
- Transportation Technology Center – far end of the front hallway.
Multicultural Student Alliance
The Multicultural Student Alliance will serve as the umbrella for organizations that provide support to underrepresented students at Gateway. Learn more here.
Student Ambassadors Program
Gateway Student Ambassadors serve as positive role models for new, current and prospective students. They are exemplary leaders who will support recruitment and enrollment for the college, promote student engagement, increase awareness of college services and programs, foster pride in the Gateway community, and act as liaisons between Gateway and the Northern Kentucky community. Learn more here.
The DEI L.E.A.D.S. (Leadership. Empowerment, Achievement, Diversity, and Scholarship) Mentoring Program at Gateway was created to enhance the academic success of students of color.
- Promotion of academic success,
- Creation of an environment that fosters the success and support
- Retention of students of color
- Perspective students
- Current Gateway students