SRJC passionately cultivates learning through the creative, intellectual, physical, social, emotional, aesthetic and ethical development of our diverse community.
The Student Affairs Office is the hub for student life and your first stop for college information regarding student engagement opportunities and leadership development programs. By becoming involved in our Inter-Cultural Events and Programs, students make valuable connections with other diverse students and staff, that give purpose and meaning to their co-curricular experiences at SRJC. This opens paths to personal success and development and prepares students to become global citizens. We guarantee a more rewarding time at SRJC should students choose involvement in Inter-Cultural events and programs. Last spring ACCJC (Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges) issued a commendation for the work of the Multicultural Events committee for the implementation of numerous multicultural activities that supported the district's mission for an appreciation of diversity and inclusion.
We value Diversity that support:
- Equal access for all students;
- Multi-ethnic global perspectives and cultural competencies;
- Employees who reflect the communities we serve;
- Honesty and integrity in an environment of collegiality and mutual respect.
Intercultural Clubs at SRJC
MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanista de Atzlan) de SRJC
Native American Students Council
Black Student Union/NAACP College Chapter
ABIS (Acquired Brain Injury Students)
International Students Club
United Sexualities Club
Intercultural Events Committee (IEC)
The Intercultural Events Committee will ensure collaboration on the planning of District-wide intercultural events and activities. This includes developing a strategically planned District calendar of these events, awareness months and other activities that complement academics and encourage the advancement and appreciation of the arts. The purpose of the Intercultural Events Committee is to initiate, support and make funding recommendations to the Dean of Student Affairs and Engagement Programs or designee regarding events that promote the awareness and appreciation of diversity. The committee’s goal is to provide enriching educational experiences for the District and the community at large through activities that recognize and empower the contributions of SRJC’s vibrant college community.
|Fall 2017||Spring 2018|
|30 - August||24 - January (tentatively 31st)|
|27 - September||28 - February|
|No meeting in October||28 - March|
|29 - November||25 - April|
|No meeting in December||23 - May|