Photo: Former Kaleidoscope Social Justice Peer Educators
The Office of Intercultural Development advances Lafayette’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through educational outreach, cultural programming, support and advocacy of historically marginalized groups, and community building. It is our goal that students and employees will have numerous opportunities at Lafayette to develop their multicultural competence and to commit to lifelong learning about our world and its diverse citizens.
Intercultural Development offers educational programming to complement the diversity embedded in the Lafayette curriculum. Learn about Kaleidoscope, multicultural competency training, the president's McDonogh lecture series, brown bag lunch discussions, faculty fireside chats, Safe Zone training, and faculty/staff workshops.Read more
Lafayette students and employees represent 42 states in the U.S. and 47 countries worldwide. Our office affirms and celebrates the diversity of our community through heritage awareness months, cultural performances, art exhibitions, religious holidays and observances, and Portlock Black Cultural Center programming.Read more
Intercultural Development recognizes that some populations have historically been marginalized in American higher education. Discover the support and advocacy we can offer historically marginalized community members through cultural student organizations, awards and recognition, identity development coaching, and bias response and education.Read more
Intercultural Development aims to identify and break down barriers that are sometimes created between groups based on their personal identities and affiliations. Learn about the Finding We retreat, Lafayette Intercultural Networking Council (LINC), admissions recruitment initiatives, and alumni networking.Read more
- Mar 7 "Black History Month Finale" Rollbounce After Party
- Mar 10 Lecture: Public Safety and Personal Liberty: Where Do We Draw the Line?
- Mar 11 Brown Bag Discussion: A Day in the Life of a Criminal Defense Attorney
- Mar 12 A Raisin in the Sun on Broadway Starring Denzel Washington
- Mar 28 Brown Bag Discussion: Race and Gentrification
Lafayette College | 101 Hogg Hall
Easton, PA 18042
Portlock Black Cultural Center
Lafayette College | 101 McCartney Street
Easton, PA 18042
Monday - Friday 8:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.