The Educational Opportunity Program sponsors diverse cultural programming for the
entire campus community through African American, American Indian, Chican@/Latin@
and Asian American Cultural Services. EOP provides cultural programs that facilitate
interaction/collaboration between students of all cultural/ethnic backgrounds allowing
them to gain an understanding of and appreciation for similarities and differences
in each other and themselves. EOP Cultural Services helps to create an environment
that celebrates and promotes the history, contributions, intellectual heritage,
education and growth of students.
African diasporic Cultural Resource Center (AdCRC)
The African American (AdCRC)
serves to educate, promote and encourage the interaction
and dialogue among the diverse ethnic groups within the African American communities
at UCSB, and to promote cross cultural learning and interaction amongst all ethnic
American Indian Cultural Resource Center (AICRC)
The American Indian Cultural Resource Center
serves to educate, promote and encourage the interaction and dialogue among
the diverse ethnic groups within the American Indian communities at UCSB, and to
promote cross cultural learning and interaction amongst all ethnic groups.
Asian Resource Center serves (ARC)
The Asian Resource Center promotes education
and awareness of the diverse ethnicities within the Asian Pacific American community.
The Center also provides a supportive environment for students, staff, faculty,
and community members to develop an appreciation for one's identity and to affirm
an institutional commitment that recognizes one’s community.
Chican@/Latin@ Cultural Resource Center (CLCRC)
The Chican@/Latin@ Cultural Resource Center provides a culturally enriched environment where
students, faculty, and staff of all backgrounds can come and learn about a diverse
culture. Our objective is to educate and unify the Chican@/Latin@ community through
the mediums of art, language, people, food, traditions and history.
Middle Eastern Resource Center (MERC)
The Middle Eastern Resource Center (MERC) promotes awareness and education of Middle Eastern heritage through dialogue and programs in the arts, music and culture. It aims to integrate Middle Eastern students into the campus community and support their academic success.