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Student Affairs - Inspiring Student Success

Multicultural Floor: MO 5


Apply to Live in Monroe Hall: the application will remain open for 40 applicants. Apply today to reserve a spot for you in one of most awesome Living Learning Communities on campus!
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Monroe Hall is delighted to house the Multicultural Floor for the second consecutive year. This residential community is located on the 5th floor of Monroe Hall, which is a coed residence, and is open to approximately 40 first-year students of all backgrounds. There is a spacious and comfortable social lounge that serves as a hub of resident interaction for organized activities and casual usage such as studying, socializing, or just watching movies on the new large flat screen TV.

As a community, MO 5 promotes the value of understanding social differences on and off campus as necessary to building an inclusive atmosphere fostering academic excellence and personal growth. Future residents can anticipate a socially just living and learning community based on mutual respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sex, age, class, sexual orientation, religious preference, ability/disability and/or international status.

A definitive part of MO 5 is its programming. Residents can participate in numerous established programs and events organized by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Gender and Sexual Diversity including the Ambassador mentorship program, MLK Week for Peace, and the International Music & Food Festival. Some featured floor events include a discussion series called Food for Thought where residents prepare a meal highlighting a particular culture and discuss controversial, or topics of interest led by residents, professors, staff, or student organizations. Occasional trips will explore rich cultural sites that New Orleans has to offer, Backstreet Cultural Museum and Congo Square.

Requirements: attend floor meetings and participate in five of the listed activities within the 2013-14 academic year. (Hyperlinks serve to give you an idea of events since some are dated.)

MLK Week for Peace

Undoing Racism

Safe Zone Training

Diversity Convocation

Audre Lorde Week

Newcomb Institute Lecture Series

Ambassador Program

International Women’s Day

Karma / ZEN

GENTE’s Latino

GQ Week: Men of Color

Tulane’s Got Talent

Drag Queen Bingo

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Vagina Monologues

Black Arts Festival

Lead a Food for Thought Discussion

Additional events/activities TBA

Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188