The Office of Intercultural Leadership is committed to enhancing the student experience for underrepresented populations while promoting a campus-wide understanding of cultural diversity. Our staff in collaboration with community partners provides advocacy, academic and leadership development, as well as cross cultural engagement opportunities to sustain an inclusive environment that promotes student success in accordance with the mission of the college.

What Do WE Do?

WE supply direct student services through educational programs, workshops, and campus events, which are also open to the community at large.

WE provide a home, resources for development, and opportunities geared specifically towards underrepresented students [i.e. ALANA (African, Latino/a, Asian, & Native American) & LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, & Intersex) students]. However all students shall have an opportunity to engage cross culturally around activities targeting leadership development.

WE support underrepresented student based organizations such as Spectrum the ALANA Student Union and Identity our LGTBQI student organization. These organizations allow traditionally underrepresented students to have a voice on the college campus and further aid in their development here at Saint Rose.

WE offer our ALANA is Leadership Mentor Program as a retention program for First Year ALANA students. The Mentorship Program provides First Year Students with a Peer Mentor and Professional Mentor that will serve as a resource, motivational coach, and guide towards academic success!