The Puget Sound Inclusive Space Project is an opportunity for individuals to indicate their commitment to diversity by displaying a letter-sized flyer in a publically visible space. The poster reads: “This space respects all aspects of people including race, ethnicity, gender expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, age religion, ability, and documentation status”
Intercultural Engagement asks that participants be intentional when displaying these posters as they set a tone and expectation for the space in which they are displayed. If you have any questions, concerns or are interested in other educational resources, please get in touch.
The Multicultural Programming Fund (MPF) is intended to support students in the University of Puget Sound community in developing multicultural programs and activities that promote multiculturalism. The MPF provides monetary resources to student organizations and groups that organize campus events that explore multicultural issues and enhance intercultural awareness of students. For more information and application, read more.
In an effort to encourage exploration of queer resources, this brochure gathers a number of on-campus community services available to students. It also details many UPS practices, policies and offerings relevant to LGBT-identified people on our campus. Discover more by viewing our Queer Resources brochure.
The Puget Sound LGBT Leadership Scholarship Fund was established in 2000 in order to recognize students who have demonstrated leadership and involvement in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community at the University of Puget Sound (including, but not limited to, participation in Queer Student Alliance (Q&A), community organizations, and activist groups). The purpose of the scholarship is to complement successful academic experiences by providing financial support for student leadership and involvement in the LGBT community at Puget Sound. The committee welcomes applications from students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or as allies. For more information and to apply for this scholarship, please read more. Applications for the 2014-15 academic year are no longer being accepted. Please check back in January 2015.
The Puget Sound Community for Hispanic Awareness (CHispA) has created this ChispA Leadership Scholarship in order to support University of Puget Sound’s immigrant student population. As a student group uniquely concerned with issues impacting the wider Hispanic-Latino community, CHispA recognizes the impact that being an immigrant may have on a student’s decision to attend a liberal arts college such as the University of Puget Sound. This scholarship is intended to provide financial support to any student who is an immigrant, documented or undocumented. The scholarship is to be awarded on an annual basis to a student who is enrolled or is committed to enroll full time at the University of Puget Sound. Preference will be given to students who identify as Hispanic and/or Latino. Applications are due by 5 p.m., March 31, 2014. For application, CHispA Leadership Scholarship Application.