Multicultural Student Affairs

Multicultural Organizations

Amigos

Emerson’s Latino organization is dedicated to creating awareness of the Latino community at Emerson, to share the differences within Latino cultures, and to serve the Latino community in the greater Boston area. Amigos is a multicultural group that welcomes everyone, Spanish-speaking or not, who would like to learn about its many cultures.

Office Location: 150 Boylston Street, Room 156A; 617-824-8642; amigos@emerson.edu

ASIA

Emerson’s Asian Students for Intercultural Awareness (ASIA) was officially recognized as of Spring 1993. This organization was founded to provide awareness of the vast cultures present within the Asian community. ASIA is dedicated to becoming an active member in the varied social events of the Emerson community.

Office Location: 150 Boylston Street, Room 156A; 617-824-8642

ASIA

Emerson’s Asian Students for Intercultural Awareness (ASIA) was founded to provide awareness of the vast cultures present within the Asian community.

Cultural Center

Office Location: 150 Boylston Street, Room L156

EAGLE

EAGLE was established to promote visibility and acceptance of queer culture throughout the campus and community. Membership is open to any student who is interested in aiding others with a personal acceptance of homosexuality. The group sponsors social, academic, and awareness functions for the community on issues relevant to queer culture.

Office Location: 150 Boylston Street, Room L133A; dana_nurse@emerson.edu or kathryn_lohman@emerson.edu

EBONI

Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interests (EBONI) is an organization dedicated to the political and cultural reawakening of students of African descent within the Emerson community. Students organize and sponsor such programs as Harambee, Kwanzaa, cultural retreats, Black History Month, and the end-of-the-year Awards Banquet. They also maintain a resource library and hold seminars and conferences designed to further the involvement and increase the influence of students of African descent at Emerson.

Office Location: 150 Boylston Street, Room 156A; 617-824-8642

Emerson International


Emerson International is an organization dedicated to making international students feel at ease on Emerson College’s campus and to integrate them to the college community by providing a link with members of their country as well as those with different cultural backgrounds.

Speak Up

The purpose of Speak Up is to promote racial awareness on campus through activities, projects, and dialogue.

Office Location: 150 Boylston Street, Room 156A; 617-824-8642

Multicultural Center

The Cultural Center at Emerson College

Tour the Cultural Center

Tour the Cultural Center at Emerson College: home of EBONI, AMIGOS, and several other campus groups. Students use the center as a meeting and hangout space. Watch now »