Soar2Success Program

Soar2Success offers resources to the campus community on topics of diversity and multiculturalism. 

Social and cultural activities highlight the African American experience. Travel to conferences, area colleges, museums, and other points of interest are offered for ‘Road Scholars’. Regional and national guest speakers present topics ranging from popular culture to social justice. Events, activities and resources are open to all members of the campus community. Video and library resources are available.



Film for Thought Series is featured here.

Con Mucho Sabor "With a LOT of Flavor"

A bi-weekly meeting where everyone is welcome to join in on the conversation!  All programs are held in the Student Center, Room 113 from 11:30am-12:30pm

  • Tuesday, October 9th
    Topic of Discussion: "More than immigrant ..." - Born in the Philippians, Jose Antonio   Vargas, activist and media personality shares his life journey.
  • Wednesday, October 24th
    Topic of Discussion: "More than Hispanic" - This documentary highlights the contributions of the Latin X diaspora to American culture including politics, sports and entertainment.
  • Tuesday, November 6th 
    Topic of Discussion: "Black in Latin America" - Mexico and Peru: The Black Grandma in the Closet- explores the unknown history of two significant populations.
  • Monday, November 19th
    Movie - TBD

Road Scholar

Travel to conferences and colleges and present at community organizations and earn extra credit. Become engaged in learning and networking.

Future Events

Congressional Hispanic Caucus
Washington, D.C.
September 11-13, 2018
Join over 3,000 partners and advocates, including top influencers, policymakers, industry experts and emerging Latino leaders, who are #HereToLead and celebrate CHCI's 40 years of developing the next generation of Latino leaders.

Congressional Black Caucus
Washington, D.C.
September 14-15, 201
Thought leaders, legislators and concerned citizens engage on economic development, civil and social justice, public health and education issues. More than 9,000 people attend 70 public policy forums and much more.

National Museum of African American History & Culture
Washington, D.C.
October 26, 2018

Contact Information

Sharoll Love
Student Diversity Specialist
Office of Student Activities