The Office of Multicultural and International Student Affairs works to foster an open and vibrant learning environment that welcomes, respects, and appreciates the histories, traditions, and cultures of traditionally underrepresented student populations.  Our programs and services enhance the retention and persistence of students, while supporting their academic, personal and professional development. In addition, the office seeks out future leaders not yet involved in an organization to participate in leadership services.

Multicultural Student Organizations


Multicultural Programs Offered:

Project PULL Mentoring Program

Project PULL (Promoting Unity through Leadership & Learning) 
is a program that enhances the educational experience for freshmen through mentoring, leadership development, service and fun activities.

Spring Multicultural Awards Banquet

During the Spring, African-American and International students are recognized for their outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, community service, and leadership.

Black History Month

February is Black History Month and Southeastern recognizes the contribution of African Americans both past and present with a month long celebration of art, music, lectures, and entertainment.


Martin Luther King, Jr. Remembrance Program

In recognition of the life and contributions of Dr. King, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. sponsors a ceremony to pay tribute on the Wednesday after the King Holiday. The 2023 program will be held on Monday, January 23rd at 6 p.m. at the North Campus Cook Field Parking Lot (To the right of the University Center, to the left of the Alumni Center). Please note the physical address is: University Ave and N General Pershing (Hammond, LA 70401). 


Fall Carnival

MISA partners with Black Student Union, Recreational Sports and Wellness and the Office for Student Engagement each Halloween to provide an alternative to traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating for the children of the surrounding community.  We provide games, bounce houses, balloon artists and more. 

Multicultural Holiday Celebration

A holiday meal in early December with minority and international students unifying for an end of the semester celebration.


MISA Calendar

MISA typically shares a calendar of month-long activities to commemorate Black History Month (February) and Women's History Month (March). These calendars are comprised of activities across campus and in the community. If you have confirmed events that you would like published, please share those here:

Black History Month Calendar Submission Request

Women's History Month Calendar Submission Request


Email to learn more!