Sofia Rodriguez Standing in front Schine banner

Since 1982, the Office of Multicultural Advancement has supported and advocated for underrepresented alumni and students. It raises funds for over 50 scholarships and hosts Coming Back Together, the triennial reunion for Black and Latino alumni.

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Alumni at NYC Pre-CBT

Getting Ready for CBT!

The Office of Multicultural Advancement kicked off its roadshow of Pre-CBT receptions on Feb. 29, at Bar 13 in New York City. Hosted by CBT 2024 Co-Chairs Tara Favors ’95, chief human resources officer at Mutual of America, Sammy Cueva ’93, New York City restauranteur and entrepreneur, and Rachel Vassel ’91, G’21, associate vice president of the Office of Multicultural Advancement, the event provided a taste of the fun and fellowship to come on campus in September.
Alumni at CBT 2021

Coming Back to Make an Impact

Every Coming Back Together (CBT) reunion is about fun, fellowship and personal development. But it’s also about giving back—both giving time and inspiration to today’s students of color and giving financially to support underrepresented and first-generation students for decades to come through Our Time Has Come (OTHC) Scholarships.