By: Shirley Motley Portwood
Provost's Conference Room, RH 3102, 12:00 - 1:00
Provost's Conference Room, RH 3102, 12:15 - 1:30
Safe Zone's mission at SIUE is to develop a campus community of allies and provide support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students, faculty, and staff with the ultimate goal of developing SIUE as a safe and welcoming place for LGBT people.
SIUE is strongly committed to crime prevention through awareness and education. Like any other community, university campuses are not immune to crime.
The purpose of the Counseling services is to actively promote the personal, social, emotional, and cognitive growth of SIUE students.
The DSS is dedicated to providing reasonable curricular and co-curricular accommodations to students with disabilities at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
The Office of International Programs provides various services to International student and scholars.
The goal of the Women's Studies program at SIUE is to invite students to inquire critically into the beliefs, attitudes, and values surrounding gender and sexualities.
The SIUE Black Studies Program comprises a field of knowledge that concentrates on African American progress and well-being.
The African Studies Minor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is an interdisciplinary undergraduate program with the central goal of developing students' knowledge and understanding of African people, their land, history, culture, economy, socio-cultural institutions, traditional power structures and the African Diaspora.
The Latin American Studies Minor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is an interdisciplinary program drawn from the subject area of Spanish and courses in the Social Sciences and other Humanities.
Native Americans, or American Indians, were the first people to inhabit the Americas. They were not "discovered" by Columbus in 1492: they have a rich history that predates Columbus by at least 10,000 years
Studying the culturally and historically diverse areas of Asia provides opportunities for students to discover new global perspectives.
The European Studies Program focuses on Western and Eastern Europe, and focuses on four areas: Geography, History, Political Science, and Foreign Language.