• Message from President
Multicultural Student Groups and Organizations
“We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color."
- Maya Angelou
African Diaspora House (Special Interest Housing) - A community on campus that is dedicated to creating and maintaining cultural unity at Moravian College and also enhancing the climate at Moravian College for students from underrepresented groups so that they feel a stronger sense of connection.
French Club - This organization holds informal meetings and provides students with the opportunity to practice speaking French during a weekly Françoise table. The French club sees French plays and films and visits French art exhibits throughout the year. The club also has a French cuisine dinner every year.
German Club - This club allows students interested in German language and culture to participate in German-themed events and activities. The organization holds weekly Kaffeeklatsch at the German House and a monthly Stammtisch (dinner) at a local restaurant.
German House (Special Interest Housing) - The German House strives to create a place on campus where German culture is appreciated and enjoyed. The House hosts weekly German Club meetings, and regular movie nights.
I.D.E.A. - I.D.E.A. stands for instilling diversity, equality and awareness toward underrepresented cultural groups. Their mission is to promote a better understanding of the Black, Latino, Native American cultures. The organization is committed to exploring issues related to injustice and inequality and using our collective voice to advocate for social justice. IDEA strives to provide a social atmosphere for these students where they are able to express themselves freely and openly.
IMPACT - IMPACT is a student lead activities program board. The organization provides a wide range of events, some including mall trips, comedians, late-night activities and trips to major cities.
International Club - This organization develops educational, cultural and social programs on campus. Members include international students, students who have studied abroad and students just interested in international themed event.
Multi-Faith Council - The Multi-Faith Council is a gathering of about a dozen students, staff and faculty committed to enhancing mutual understanding of different religious faith traditions represented on campus. We support the work of student organizations focused on religious expression and we provide opportunities to people of faith to interact. There are three primary expressions of the work of the Multi-Faith Council:
SPECTRUM - Spectrum provides information about sexual-orientation issues, sponsors programs for the College community, and works to combat homophobia and increase awareness of lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender issues.
Spanish Club - This organization promotes leadership, cooperation & friendship through appreciation of Spanish and Latin American heritage, language and customs. Activities include gatherings, fiestas and trips.
Gospel Choir - A newly formed multicultural student organization where members sing Gospel songs that were written to express either personal, spiritual or a communal belief regarding Christian life.