The Office of Multicultural Programs and Services supports the Center for Community's mission:
"Respect, responsibility, and critical thinking are underlying values that set the tone for the advancement of broad leadership, communication, and life skills, and are enhanced through service learning and learning by doing so within a diverse society."
The Office of Multicultural Programs & Services exists to support the college’s core value of diversity. OMP works toward creating a welcoming/inclusive campus community for students from diverse backgrounds by collaborating with faculty, staff and students to develop programs and resources that will support curricular and co-curricular success. Sponsored programs promote diversity awareness and an inclusive, respectful campus community. Specific attention is given to retention efforts of ALANA (African American, Latino, Asian, Native American) students.
Fatima Rodriguez-Johnson is the Assistant Dean of Students, Multicultural Programs and Services.
The Assistant Dean of Students, Multicultural Programs & Services serves as the manager of the office and provides leadership and guidance to the campus community on matters related to diversity. The Coordinator also serves as one of many resources for any student who is having difficulty making the adjustment to life on the Geneseo campus.