Office of Multicultural Affairs

Mission Statement

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) seeks to develop a pluralistic campus climate by working in concert with faculty, students, staff, as well as off-campus constituents, in implementing and promoting trans-cultural programming for the Pace University community and beyond. To that end, OMA is committed to examining the intersections of globalization and social injustices and their impact on diversity and multiculturalism. OMA provides symposia, panels and workshops to student, faculty and staff that encompass the domains of race and ethnicity, poverty, violence, class, aging, gender, sexual orientation, and popular culture.



In addition to UNV 101, OMA provides individualized workshops on anti-racism, heterosexism, privilege and social justice issues.


Faculty/staff mentoring is available to historically underrepresented students of color

Mini Grants

OMA has a limited amount of grants available to students, faculty and staff for diversity/multicultural related initiatives whose emphasis is cross-cultural collaboration.

Resource Library

OMA has a collection of books, journals, and films that reflect its mission to promote and celebrate diversity and multiculturalism. For a listing of our resources, visit New York City Campus 41 Park Row, 9th floor (212) 346–1546