Multicultural Student Services

Greetings!

My name is Jordan Chang and I serve as the Coordinator for Multicultural Student Services at Sam Houston State University. Our office is dedicated to assisting the university in maintaining an all-inclusive campus community where our diversity is appreciated and celebrated.

It is an exciting time for us in Multicultural Student Services as we set gear for another great year! We have events ranging from our monthly “Chat & Chews,” which seek to engage students in healthy and productive dialogue in regards to diversity, to our annual Diversity Leadership Conference. Services that we offer our students include an ever-growing resource library, in which students are able to check out books that they may find of interest, to our SAMentors Program, which aids a student’s transition into college life at Sam Houston State University.

I welcome you all to look around our website and see all that we have to offer. Furthermore, I encourage you to check out our events throughout the year and to stop by my office (LSC 328) with questions, comments, or concerns.

Eat ‘em up Kats!

Jordan Chang | Coordinator

Multicultural Student Services

Want to be on the Diversity Council?

Pick up an application from the Department of Student Activities located in the Lowman Student Center, Suite 328 beginning MONDAY, Apr. 11, 2016.

Return completed application the Department of Student Activities by FRIDAY, Apr. 22, 2016.

What are the benefits of being on the Diversity Council?

  • Gain leadership experience and volunteer hours
  • Personal and Social Responsibility
  • Working with diverse groups of people
  • Help plan events for the 2016 - 2017 academic year
  • Coordinate the 13th annual Diversity Leadership Conference (Spring 2017)

Want to find our more information about being on the Diversity Council?Attend an informational session in LSC 306 located on the third floor of the Lowman Student Center.

Monday, Apr. 11, 2016 @ 5 p.m.

Tuesday, Apr. 19, 2016 @ 5 p.m.

“Sometimes people tend to view things only through a very narrow prism and miss the entire spectrum.”
- Frank Parker, SHSU Vice President for Student Services