Multicultural Scholars Program
The College of Liberal Arts offers programs and services through its Multicultural Scholars Program (MSP) for the purpose of creating a diverse and inclusive educational community. We strive to create an environment for students from historically underserved populations, including Black/African American, Native American/American Indian, Hispanic/Latinx/Chicanx, Asian/Pacific Islander, LGBTQ+, First-Generation, Undocumented, and Low-Income, that create a sense of belonging and support by connecting students to resources designed for personal, academic and professional success.
As part of this program, students will receive free peer-to-peer mentoring within our Underrepresented Student Network and many professional development opportunities. Students will also be assigned to a dedicated Academic Advisor throughout their time at Cal Poly. MSP is an excellent way to make a positive start in your college education, and to start building your connections to your community from day one!
Hi everyone! My name is Alejandra Cebreros, and I am the Multicultural Academic Advisor for the College of Liberal Arts. Through my role, I also coordinate the Multicultural Scholars Program. I’m very excited about this program because students will be provided with many opportunities to build a community and attain resources that will bring them closer to achieving their personal, academic and professional goals. As a first-generation college graduate, I am happy to work with you to access these resources because I believe they are essential in promoting student success. It is my hope that students will benefit from having a strong support network of individuals who will provide them with the guidance, support and resources they need to achieve their goals. We hope you can join us!
Get the Latest CLA MSP News
- Build community
- Increase Access to Knowledge of Resources
Program Components and Collaborations
- Multicultural Scholars Program Orientation Course
- Academic Advising and Campus Resources
- Professional Development Workshops
- Underrepresented Students Network
- Access, Community, Equity (ACE) Program
- New students are required to attend one Multicultural Scholars Program Workshop each quarter. The workshop submission form can be found here.
For more information about the program and the orientation course, please contact email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!