Racial Aikido Retreat
Racial Aikido is an annual free retreat that was created by the ALANA Student Center and the Center for Cultural Pluralism in 2006. The retreat is facilitated by UVM staff of color for self-identifying students of color only. Racial Aikido seeks to prepare students of color with the knowledge and skills to understand their racial identities and learn various ways to combat racial microaggressions.
Examining White Identity Retreat
A Retreat for Undergraduate Students Who Self-Identify as White. It’s a new retreat specifically for white students to engage in building a stronger and inclusive campus community.
Women of Color Leadership Retreat
The annual Women of Color Leadership Retreat's intention is to provide a space for undergraduate, graduate, and professional staff and faculty to explore these questions while also taking time to strengthen our community and nurture authenticity through self-exploration.
Brotherhood provides an opportunity for self-identified men of color at UVM to build connections in a supportive environment. Spring semester dates forthcoming.
Summer Enrichment Scholars Program
The Summer Enrichment Scholars Program (SESP) is hosted by The Mosaic Center for Students of Color (MCSC) at The University of Vermont. The MCSC's mission is to increase the retention of students of color on campus by providing holistic support of their academic achievement, personal growth, identity formation, and cultural development.