Are you interested in some of our ongoing support groups? Our goal is to provide opportunities for students to learn about and explore their identities, values, communities, and more. We foster spaces where students can engage with complicated issues while also feeling welcomed and affirmed. We engage in critical discussions, build community, recognize social problems, and ultimately work toward a more just and equitable world.
Black &...is a HUB dialogue series for people who identify in some way as Black. Conversations are about Blackness, broadly speaking. Email Tramaine Austin-Dillon, email@example.com for more information.
Being LATINX provides a supportive space to help reduce mental health stigmas and promote wellness in the Latinx community. This space offers students who identify as Latinx, an opportunity to explore cultural barriers to mental health, cultivate networks of mutual support, promote self-care and enhance our interconnectedness within our beautifully diverse community. Email Shelly Gomez, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
It's A Guy Thing: Redefining Masculinities
Join us for a casual conversation with students and staff of all genders to talk, share ideas, and discuss challenges, responsibilities, and advantages of being a man in today's society. Email Tramaine Austin-Dillon, email@example.com for more information.
Multicultural Organization Club Alliance (MOCA)
A partnership between Student Involvement and The Cultural Center to support and retain multicultural clubs/organizations at SSU. Email Shelly, firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
The Cultural Center Student Advisory Board
The Cultural Center Student Advisory Board is an opportunity for SSU students to serve as a bridge to the HUB Cultural Center and the development of HUB programs and services. The Student Advisory Board will assist the HUB in advancing social justice related programming, campus advocacy, and creating equitable experiences for students. Email Tramaine Austin-Dillon, email@example.com for more information.
Trans & Gender Questioning Group
Led by HUB student interns and supported by HUB professional staff, Trans & Gender Questioning group is a space for trans and gender questioning students to find support and community, learn information about trans- specific and affirming resources, and share experiences about gender. Email Shelly Gomez, firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Umoja Queens group was inspired by a group of students that identify as Black Women that expressed an interest in engaging with and being mentored by professional black Women that were a part of the Seawolf community. We strive to support, encourage, and empower Black Women as they explore their personal values, beliefs and ideas during their matriculation at SSU. Email Shelly Gomez, email@example.com for more info.
Women of Color Collective
The Women of Color Collective (WOCC) is a weekly community building and discussion space co-facilitated by WOC faculty from CAPS and staff from the HUB. Share and be inspired by our collective stories as WOC SSU students. Connect, support, empower and share resources and kinship as we navigate the joys and challenges of our beautiful, intersectional experiences. This group is for all Cis and Trans women, as well as non-binary SSU students who are comfortable in a space that centers on the experiences of women. We invite you to join us for lunchtime discussions every Wednesday from 12-1 in The HUB Cultural Center. You are always welcome here. Email Shelly Gomez, firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.