It is never too late to join CDI; we encourage students, faculty and staff to become members. If you have any questions about CDI, please contact CDI Co-Chairs Sue Dargan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Millie Gonzalez at email@example.com.
Meeting Dates: Wednesday, 10/23, Monday, 11/18, Wednesday, 12/11, Wednesday, 1/29, Wednesday, 2/19, Monday, 3/31, Wednesday, 4/23
To submit a request for funding to the budget subcommittee, send your proposal by the 2nd Tuesday of every month.
CDI has its own Twitter account. If you would like to publicize any events, activities or news related to diversity and inclusion on our campus or outside of our campus, email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Diversity and Inclusion Research Guide
Access resources on diversity and inclusion through this online research guide.
More information about Framingham State’s student organizations can be found by clicking on the name of the group below, visiting Collegiate Link, or contacting Student Involvement and Leadership Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
¿Hablas español? ¿No?! It’s absolutely fine. To be a member of Amigos you do not need to speak Spanish. What you need is to be ready for such fun activities as Salsa Nights, a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts, cooking or just eating the most delicious food, participating in a performance and just MEET and HAVE FUN WITH NEW AMIGOS!
Black Student Union
We are a cultural group on campus promoting diversity, but you do not have to be African Americans or know anything about black culture to join and be an active member. Our meetings consist of discussions, debates and planning for parties, educational events, socials, and anything our members want to see happen. It's a great place to meet new people and learn about various cultures. We meet on Mondays at 1:30 in room 419 in the McCarthy Center. Come join and bring your friends. And remember..."It's not about being black, it's about celebrating black culture"
The Catholic Newman Association of Framingham State is a group which gathers students together to serve their community, increase their Faith and to become future leaders of the Church and of the world. We meet Monday evenings at 7pm in Club Room 3!
A place for fun, friends and faith. This group is open to all members of the Framingham State University community who would like to grow spiritually with other Christians. We meet to have weekly Bible studies and discussions. We seek to form a strong Christian community and support and build each other up. We host events on campus and seek to be a light for Christ. We meet on Tuesday nights at 7pm in Club room 4 (4th floor of McCarthy Center)
FSU Protestant Club
An organization dedicated to providing a safe area for worship, discussion and sanctuary.
FSU Veterans Association
The purpose of the Framingham State University Veterans Association is to bring all former and current military students together for academic and moral support, community involvement, and a companionship all military members share. The association is also open to students who may have an interest in a career in the military, students with family members in the military, or any student who has an interest in supporting the men and women who fight for their freedom.
Human Rights Action Committee
We are the Human Rights Action Committee here at Framingham State University! Our Mission is to Act and Inform. We are looking to address serious wrongs that are found in today's society and take action against them! We hold events throughout each semester in hopes that the Framingham State community will gain more knowledge of the world they are living in. We are also inclined to believe that with this information, the attendees will aid us in our advocacy!
Pride Alliance is the Gay Straight Alliance on Framingham State University's campus. We exist in order to create a place on campus where members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) community and their straight allies can go to discuss and actively approach the issues that exist within the LGBTQ community. These include coming out, same-sex marriage, incidences of hate and any other interests the group might have. We seek to create educational and social programs in order to raise awareness of these issues.
Women's Empowerment (WE) is a group devoted to working on women's issues, promoting equality through action, awareness, unity, inspiration, and support. Come join the fun! Women's Empowerment was founded in 2003 in effort to make a difference in our ever growing community. The purpose of the group is to increase awareness of women's issues, locally and globally, and also social issues in general. WE want to bring together the women and men of Framingham State University in a safe and comfortable setting to try to open up discussion about reproductive rights, women's health care, and many other issues the members of the club wish to address. The club promotes a diverse and accepting campus community that not only recognizes problems, but tries to right them whenever possible.