Join us in our pledge for equality for all.
We stand together with the African American and Black community in denouncing racism, hate and violence. We are resolutely committed to fostering a college culture that is inclusive, respectful and safe for everyone.
Social Justice Forums
On Thursday, June 4, 4 to 5:30 p.m., we will be hosting a community forum.
A Difficult and Necessary Conversation about the George Floyd Tragedy.
The forum will take place through Zoom. To ensure a safe and secure space, the link to join the forum will be sent to you two hours prior to the start of the event. If you have any additional questions, please email Robert.Delaleu@bristolcc.edu.
Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni are all welcomed and encouraged to participate in this timely and important discussion.
A Message from President Laura L. Douglas
A Message from Rob Delaleu, Director, Multicultural Affairs
Multicultural Student Center
The Bristol Multicultural Student Center welcomes students, faculty and staff of all cultures, indentites, backgrounds, abilities and orientations.
Our goal at the Multicultural Student Center (MSC) is to strengthen cultural competency and become a more inclusive social learning environment by providing students with a safe, judgment free space on campus to socialize freely about themselves, their community and the world.
Our resources and partnerships with the community will help you succeed in and out of the classroom. We facilitate programs, workshops, lectures and seminars aimed at improving self-awareness and self-esteem while helping you gain leadership skills in diversity and gender issues.
The Multicultural Student Center works with various student clubs such as:
- Black Student Union
- Latino Student Association
- Asian Student Association
- Cape Verdean Club
- Multicultural Club
- H.E.R.O. Club (LGBTQIA+)
The MSC offers mentoring, tutoring, and advising; our physical space offers a study lab with computers, a comfortable lounge area with television, and a private meeting space. Develop a personal relationship with the Bristol Community through our center and set yourself on a path to achieve your goals and stay on track to graduate.
Get your questions about college life answered at the Bristol Multicultural Student Center. If we do not have the answer, we will find it for you and point you in the right direction.
The Bristol Multicultural Student Center is located on the Fall River campus in Building G (Commonwealth Building) room G220. Office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. For more information please call 774.357.2230 or email MulticulturalCenter@bristolcc.edu.