Who We Are

Crossroads provides resources and education on diversity and inclusion through intercultural engagement programs and training.
We support students, faculty, and staff in making UA a welcoming community for all.

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Programs + Resources

Learn more about Better Together, Sustained Dialogue, Heart Touch, and many more of Crossroads' programs that are working to make UA a more inclusive campus. Here, you will also find a collection of diversity resources for students and faculty.

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Campus EventsMore



Exhibition: A Message of Glad News for All the Race: Celebrating 135 Years at Tuskegee University

Wed 8/31, 3:00 pm
A. S. Williams Americana Collection, Room 301 Gorgas Library



Feminism in the Ferg

Thu 9/1, 12:15 am
Anderson Room (3rd Floor) Ferguson Student Center



Strive For Five Kick-off

Thu 9/1, 4:00 pm
The Quad

Diversity Events at UA

Want to get involved with UA Crossroads and other diversity driven programs on campus? Here you will find our weekly diversity newsletter which will help you stay up-to-date with what's happening at UA!

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UA’s Crossroads Community Center is an initiative of the Division of Community Affairs. UA Crossroads offers intercultural engagement opportunities to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus. Through our dialogue initiatives and collaborative programming, students, faculty, and staff are able to build relationships for engaging different perspectives and social identities to address challenging social issues on campus and in the broader community. UA Crossroads also provides Practicing Inclusive Excellence (PIE) workshops and Sustained Dialogue moderator development to give students the skills they need to be leaders in today's global society.