The Office of Multicultural Affairs team acknowledges that senseless hate and acts of violence have a rippling effect on our local, national, and global communities. 

OMA will continue our commitment and advocacy to dismantle systems of racism, oppression, and all forms of discrimination. We extend an invitation to any member of the USF community to engage with us as we provide a space for all to have an opportunity to express feelings, concerns, and a place to begin a call to action to rid our communities of these senseless acts. Our summer hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and we are located on the 3rd floor of the Marshall Student Center in room 3300.  

It is our goal to connect USF community members to resources of help and support at this time and encourage the use of our partner offices at the USF Tampa Campus: Dean of Students OfficeOmbuds OfficeCenter for Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention, the Counseling Center, and the Center for Student Well-being.   

Please find resources at USF, local, state, and national levels for various identity groups by navigating on the menu to the left.

To request the addition of a resource or report an error, please email Danielle Williams.