Multicultural Agriculture Program (MAP)
Students use the MAP Center to study and connect with other students
The Multicultural Agriculture Program (MAP) provides support and encouragement to undergraduate students of all cultural backgrounds in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences with a peer mentor-based structure that cultivates student achievement and a sense of community.
- MAP serves historically underserved and traditionally underrepresented students of all abilities, including Black/African American, Native American/American Indian, Hispanic/Latinx/Chicanx, Asian/Pacific Islander, LGBTQ+, First-Generation, Undocumented, and Low-Income.
- MAP focuses on students establishing a connection and sense of belonging to the college in a casual and welcoming environment.
- MAP provides peer-to-peer mentoring to guide students in navigating the university culture and connecting to resources designed for personal, academic and professional success.
- MAP organizes events each quarter that support academic, career and social engagement.
- MAP values and respects a diverse, inclusive and equity minded student community.
We will post events as they come up. Please check again soon!
How to reach us:
Location: Bldg. 10-202
Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
We are closed on all university holidays and may close intermittently over breaks.
MEET THE MAP Peer Mentors:
Reserve the Study Room
Need an area to study with peers or work on a project?