Multicultural Student Services

The Office of Multicultural Student Services (OMSS) serves as a catalyst in assisting racially diverse and international students in reaching their full potential at Bradley University by providing them with support services that will assist with their transition. Our office also aims to create a variety of opportunities for all students to cultivate an awareness and appreciation for multiculturalism campus-wide. We will strive to empower, cultivate leadership, foster respect, and develop leaders who will rise to any occasion and situation, both at Bradley and within all aspects of society.

"The Conversation Continues..."

The Conversation Continues is a semester-long programming theme--sponsored by Bradley University Multicultural Student Services--designed to provide opportunities for the Bradley University community to engage in dialogue surrounding critical issues on campus, in the local community, and across the nation.

Starting on Friday, January 30th and concluding on Saturday, April 11th, the programming theme will consist of four programs listed below: 

Part One: Coffee with BUPD on Friday, January 30th at 2pm in the Garrett Center: 

Part Two: Teaching Ferguson--Guest Speaker Bryant K. Smith on Thursday, February 5th at 7pm in GCC 126: 

Part Three: Garrett Center Town Hall on Monday, March 2nd at 7pm in the Garrett Center 

Part Four: Diversity Conference on Saturday, April 11th (location and times TBD)

Please help continue this conversation by spreading the word. For more questions about this series, please email

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Final Examinations