Congratulations to Cody Charles, Associate Director of the OMA, on being selected as the 2014 C.L.A.S.S. Award Winner! His award will be presented on March 5 during half-time at the KU Men's Basketball game. We are so proud of you, Cody!

In 1987, the Senior Class established the C.L.A.S.S. Award to honor a staff member in the Office of Student Success at the University of Kansas.  Today, the award remains the only honor given to a staff member by the Senior Class. The Class of 2014 continues this tradition by recognizing a staff member for distinguished achievements in student services, commitment to the needs of KU students, and contributions to the welfare of students at the University of Kansas.

Cultivating an inclusive campus community through social justice and academic success.

Every Thursday from 4-5 p.m. when classes are in session the Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts students and organizations from all across campus, providing a fun atmosphere to meet friends, discover new opportunities, and take a break from the rigors of academic work.  Do you have a great idea for a Throwback Thursday theme?  Or just want to hear your favorite old school jam when you get here?  Our requests lines are always open...join in the fun!

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Want to learn more about the impact of your personal identity?  Join the Identities Symposium September 13!

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The OMA is hiring a student assistant to begin this fall semester! Hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5 - 9 p.m. For more information and to apply, visit
Let me take a selfie Precious Porras, OMA associate director, schools you on how to take a selfie! #omaselfie #meettheoma

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