346 East Orange Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022
The Mosaic House is a safe space for identity-based clubs and organizations, a multi-purpose location for activities that promote belonging on Campus. Since October of 2016, the Mosaic House has provided educational programming and social events focusing on diversity and inclusion. Student organizations may reserve spaces and hold programs in the Mosaic House. The house is a space dedicated to clubs, organizations, and students who self-identify as Black Indigenous People of Color or as other historically marginalized identities.
With this comes a responsibility in keeping and maintaining the house as a Safe Space. Open hours for students not affiliated with identity-based clubs and organizations (BIPOC & LGBTQ+ Community) are Monday through Friday from 2 – 10 p.m. As the makeup of the Diversity Board follows the categorical breakdown of clubs, the Intercultural Board will focus mainly on the Mosaic House as their space of primary access (as a safe space). All self-identified BIPOC students and members of clubs and organizations affiliated with the Intercultural / Diversity Board are allowed ID access into the building.
|Asian Cultural Student Association (ACSA)
|Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
|Latinx/Hispanic Student Union (LHSU)
|Making HER Story
|Middle Eastern Culture
|National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
|Women in Business (WIB)
|Women in STEM
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