Diversity and Social Justice Education
“It is not enough to be compassionate. You must act.” Dali Lama. OMSA provides diversity
and social justice education and resources to students, staff, and faculty. Individuals
have the opportunity to engage through various training, presentations, and programs,
with the goal of not only learning to be more compassionate but also having the tools
to become positive transformative change agents.
Alphabet Soup is a LGBTQ+-focused professional development lunch series open to all
UofSC faculty and staff.
Diversity Dialogues educate the campus community on issues related to diversity and
The Diversity Retreat is a weekend-long retreat designed to allow students to take
a deeper look at diversity and social justice.
Diversity Matters is a brown bag luncheon series which assists Student Life professionals
in increasing their cultural competence.
OPE's are trained to lead small peer discussion groups in meaningful dialogue around
issues of identity and personal
experience in order to cultivate a compassionate and inclusive campus community.
SJPis a certificate program through OMSA designed to increase students’ knowledge
about issues related to social justice.
Request an OMSA workshop for your class or organization.
Russell House West Wing
Suite 115 Columbia, SC 29208 Phone: 803-777-7716 Fax: 803-777-4874 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs Knowledge Intensity Training Modules (K.I.T.S.)
A database of social justice trainings for student leaders.
The program guides for our featured social justice programs including:
Full facilitation guides
List of necessary materials
To gain access to OMSA K.I.T.S. you must complete training. Contact Kimberly Seibles
to schedule a training session.