at Seattle Pacific University
Promotes and supports the exploration and development of racial and ethnic identity and cross cultural competence for all students through programs and events in collaboration with other departments across campus.
MEP supports the academic, social and cultural adjustment and success of students from diverse backgrounds (domestically and abroad) through programs and activities such as Early Connections, academic success workshops and Study Breaks. MEP actively engages in developing student leaders, advising the ASSP Vice President for Intercultural Affairs, Catalyst and supporting the growing number of intercultural clubs including MOSAIC, ACF, Ante Up, AAA, Black Student Union, Ekene, FASA, International Student club, KSA, MAPS, Ohana O Hawaii, SALSA, VSA.
Check out the new photos in the MEP Photo Gallery!
Events this week
Race in America after Ferguson
Tuesday, October 28, 7-9pm Upper Gwinn Commons
Join students, staff, and faculty for a thought-provoking forum on recent events in Ferguson. Led by SPU faculty, this campus event will offer historical and theological context to process the recent events in Ferguson as they relate to race relations.
FASA (Filipino American Student Association)
Wednesday, October 29, 7-8pm, Weter 201
Taste one of the Philippines' most popular desserts, Halo-Halo. Learn about this and other Filipino traditions.
Meetings this week (open to all students)
Black Student Union
Every other Monday, 6:30-8pm, Weter 202 (starting Oct 6)
EC Study Hub
Tuesdays, 6:30-8pm, Weter 201
Ohana O Hawaii
Tuesdays, 7-8pm, Emerson classroom
VSA (Vietnamese Student Association)
Every other Wednesday, 7-8pm, Weter 202 (starting Oct 8)
MAPS (Minority Association of Pre-med Students)
Wednesdays, 6-7pm, Eaton 112
ACF (After Choir Flava)
Wednesdays, 7-8:30pm, and Thursdays, 7-8pm, Sub Club Space
EC Study Hub
Thursdays, 6:30-8pm, Weter 201
Thursdays, 7:15-8:15pm, Weter 202
Fridays, 7-9pm, Emerson lobby
Susan Okamoto Lane, Director
Phone 206-281-2598 or email email@example.com.
Ashley Reese, Coordinator
Phone 206-378-5382 or email firstname.lastname@example.org