Multicultural Office


The Multicultural Education office serves as a resource to students, faculty, staff and community members. We foster a welcoming and vibrant environment through innovative and informational programming, civic engagement, leadership development and mentoring opportunities. Our office's objective is to promote, educate and embrace the many cultures, traditions, ideas and backgrounds of the campus community and the world.


  • Raise cultural awareness for the campus community highlighting cultural differences
  • Promote an inclusive community that values mutual respect, appreciation and acceptance of various identities
  • Provide experiences for students to identify goals, discover interest and develop professional skills
  • Mentor students to become excellent leaders
  • Encourage participation in activities that promote social responsibility

Multicultural Club Officers


Chiana Fladger

Chabely Espinal

Devin Oyola

Habrienne Louchie

Communications and Media
Creily Torres

Charmaine Aguilar

Multicultural Club Events 2016-2017

Welcome Back BBQ
Hispanic Heritage Month
Immigration Awareness
Brown Lives Matter Panel
Day of the Dead
NAACP Chapter Wilkes-Barre Dinner
Native American Heritage Month
Kwanzaa Celebration
Martin Luther King (Week)
Martin Luther King Play: The Meeting
Black Lives Matter Panel
Black History Month
Women's History Month
Churros con Cafe


Film Screenings:
13th Amendment
La Bestia


10th Annual National Dominican Student Conference

City University of New York

April 1-3, 2016

10th Annual National Dominican Student Conference

National Student Leadership Diversity Convention: NSLDC

Rush College

Chicago, IL

April 14-15, 2017


Annual Diversity Camp

The Annual Diversity Student Camp is a one week camp for high school students in the 10th-12th grade that focuses on critical concerns that are apparent in the real world. Every year the theme changes, this year it will focus on the influence of Diversity in all academic majors ranging from the health sciences to liberal arts. Along with college readiness, camp will focus on inclusion and acceptance of varying cultures, a service component, and workshops to develop leadership skills. Diversity Camp will also offer opportunity for active participation on workshop topics such as, financial aid, SAT prep, time management, one-to-one active mentoring with current Misericordia University Students, hunger simulation, multicultural awareness, and team building.

June 2016 - Diversity Leadership Student Camp

2016 diversity camp

June 2017 - Diversity Leadership Student Camp

Coming Soon!

For any questions about Diversity Camp please contact:
Charmaine Aguilar

Contact Us

Multicultural Office Coordinator
Charmaine Aguilar
Banks Student Life Center:109

Multicultural Office Student Staff
Chiana Fladger
Chabely Espinal

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