Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs

Multicultural Student Center

WELCOME! LALI! WILLCOMMEN! BIENVENUE! XIN CHÀO, BIENVENIDOS!

No matter how you say it, the Multicultural Student Center (Rm 177) at Anoka Technical College welcomes many different cultures and ethnicities. Truly unique to a two-year technical college, the center serves as a meeting place and resource center for students, faculty, staff and other community organizations. STOP IN TODAY!

VISION

We provide all Anoka Technical College students with a vibrant, welcoming place where they can access information and resources, study and interact with other students.

PURPOSE

The Multicultural Student Center expands awareness and education about our multicultural society and workforce while broadening our view, acceptance and appreciation of cultural diversity.

SERVICES

  • Quiet study area
  • Tutoring
  • Peer mentoring
  • Diversity education
  • Computer and Internet access
  • Registration and advising support
  • Community resource assistance
  • Cultural awareness and immersion 
  • Activities for student engagement

RESOURCES

  • Multicultural Book Club
  • Exploring Religions Series
  • Conversations on Race with Art Stoeberl
  • Computer and Internet access
  • Quiet study Area
  • Cultural awareness and immersion
  • Community resource assistance
  • Diversity education

Programs and Resources

Multicultural Club

Age, Gender, Sexuality, Disability, Religion, Education, and Marital Status…

“Individually Together”


The Multicultural Club is a student group that is open to all Anoka Technical College students.  Members can experience an array of cultures through conversations, activities, and events that:

  • Support and promote diversity
  • Foster an environment of inclusion
  • Engage in community partnerships

 

The club plans to meet once a month.  Specific meeting time and location will be posted and updated in the Multicultural Student Center and college monitors.

 

à September

à October

à November

à February

à March

à April

 

Join us by attending a meeting, emailing MClub@anokatech.edu, or connecting with the Club advisor, Donovan today!  DJackman@anokatech.edu

 





Community Resources

Food Shelves

CEAP (Community Emergency Assistance Program)

Emergency Food Shelf Network

ACBC (Anoka County Brotherhood Council)

Housing/Household Management

Housing Link

ACCAP - Home ownership, property and mobile home services, furniture warehouse, etc.

HUD (Housing and Urban Development). 

Consumer guide on housing and mortgages

Emergency Shelter

Alexandra House, Inc. and Crisis Line (763) 780-2330

Home Free Shelter

Rise Homeless Outreach Program

Clothing

Goodwill

Salvation Army (763)755-6873

Southern Anoka Community Assistance (763) 789-2444

Transportation

Free to Be, Inc.

Metro Mobility

Metro Transit (612) 373-3333

Health and Wellness

Andover YMCA

Family Health Services (763) 422-6970

Refugee Health (763) 422-6970

WIC (Women, Infants and Children) (763) 422-7055

Employment

Anoka County Job Line (763) 422-7498

Minnesota Workforce Center - Anoka County

Rise, Inc. (763) 786-8334

Kelly Services, Inc. (763) 536-8888

Pro Staff Personnel Services (763) 780-0724