On behalf of the Multicultural Student Affairs staff, we would like to welcome you to our site! We are fortunate to have many people invested in MSA and appreciate the support we continue to receive from faculty, staff, alumni, and students. Our staff is a small, yet dedicated group and we consistently strive for excellence. We value our role within the Northwestern community and seek to enrich students’ collegiate experience. We hope that you will visit us at our spaces, utilize our meeting rooms, and attend the events that we sponsor as well as those sponsored by our student groups.
We want to hear your feedback, follow this link to submit your feedback to MSA
- Meet the Staff
- African American Student Affairs
- Asian/Asian American Student Affairs
- Hispanic/Latino Student Affairs
- LGBT Resource Center
- Site Map
Mission of Multicultural Student Affairs
Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) enriches the cultural experience of Northwestern through leadership and education programming; providing opportunities for community engagement and identity expression; and assisting students in navigating the University.
Department Learning Outcomes
Students who participate in MSA's programs and activities will (or will be able to):
Celebrate and appraise the intersectionality of their individual identities and how they contribute to personal success (Personal Development).
Utilize university and community resources to help navigate the Northwestern experience (Personal Development).
Develop empathy, understanding, and acceptance of cultural differences to create a more socially just campus community (Social Responsibility).
Our Advising Philosophy
Multicultural Student Affairs advises from a developmental perspective that focuses on the individual needs of each student. An advising relationship is established with an emphasis on helping students identify and accomplish life goals. We believe that by assisting students holistically, we take into account students intersecting identities and life experiences to aid in providing a positive learning experience at Northwestern University.