The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) promotes multiculturalism throughout the campus community, providing opportunities for education, enrichment and support. The office fosters the academic and personal development of all students by addressing issues of diversity and by supporting the ongoing development of multicultural student organizations and programs. Specific organizations supported by the OMA include: Alaska Club, ANGLES, Asian Student Association (ASA), Black Student Organization (BSO), Hawaii Club, Native American Enlightenment Association (NAEA), unidos Por Fin, Korean Culture Club (KCC), Movimiento Estudiantil Chicago de Aztlan (M.E.ChA.).
OMA and student organizations include The Celebration of Culture, MLK Celebration, Social Powwow, Black History Celebration, Hispanic Heritage Month, Cinco de Mayo, HLuau, Salmon Bake, Guess the Straight Person,Safer Sex Cabaret, Genderfunk.
Ohana, a pre-orientation program, addresses the needs of first year multicultural students.