Soar2Success Program

Soar2Success offers resources to the campus community on topics of diversity and multiculturalism. 

Social and cultural activities highlight the African American experience. Travel to conferences, area colleges, museums, and other points of interest are offered for ‘Road Scholars’. Regional and national guest speakers present topics ranging from popular culture to social justice. Events, activities and resources are open to all members of the campus community. Video and library resources are available.



Film for Thought Series is featured here.

Con Mucho Sabor "With a LOT of Flavor"

A bi-weekly meeting where everyone is welcome to join in on the conversation!  All programs are held in the Student Center, Room 113 from 11:30am-12:30pm

  • Tuesday, January 30th
    "Usase a Nosotros Para el Almuerzio" - Join us for lunch as we start the semester with conversation and delectable edibles.
  • Tuesday, February 13th
    Topic of Discussion: "The Man Who Built a Library" - Highlighted will be the life of Arturo Alfonso Schomburg a writer, activist, bibliophile and important figure of the Harlem Renaissance.
  • Wednesday, March 7th
    Topic of Discussion: "More Than...Hispanic" - Latino's and Latina's represent multiple cultures from various regions of the world.  This documentary film highlights the Latin diaspora.
  • Wednesday, March 27th
    Movie - TBD
  • Wednesday, April 11th
    Documentary: "Latino Beyond Reel" - Journalists, scholars, actors and community leaders examine and challenge the gross misrepresentation of Latinos and Latinas in the media
  • Tuesday, April 24th
           Topic of Discussion: "More Than Cinco de Mayo: - People seem to equate all Hispanic people with Cinco de Mayo and drinking margaritas.  Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday what (if anything) does that mean to the rest of the Hispanic community?

Road Scholar

Travel to conferences and colleges and present at community organizations and earn extra credit. Become engaged in learning and networking.

Past Events

Congressional Black Caucus
Washington, D.C.
September 22, 2017

Contact Information

Sharoll Love
Student Diversity Specialist
Office of Student Activities