The Center events have/will generally follow monthly themes. These themes are usually related current national themes being celebrated or observed during a given month. Below, are the monthly themes for the Mosaic Center:
September: Hispanic Heritage Month
October: Hispanic Heritage Month, Disability Awareness Month, LGBT History Month,
November: Native American Heritage Month, National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness
December: Spiritual Literacy Month
January: "Whole Person" Wellness
February: Black History Month
March: Women's History Month
April: Genocide & Human Rights Awareness Month
May: Asian/Pacific American Awareness Month, Jewish American Heritage Month
The Center provides advising for student organizations and individuals looking for more information about diversity awareness and creating diversity or multicultural programs/events for the University.
Traveling exhibits from a variety of national, regional, and local museums are brought to the Center each semester. This most recently includes the exhibits,Self Advocacy: A History of People Speaking Up for Themselves & In the Game: Sports and Disability which were taken on loan from the Museum of disAbility History, Amherst, NY.
Each semester, the Center offers a series of films related to the monthly themes. Come and join the fun and learn a thing or two. Discussions are held after the movie and are sure to make you think!
Throughout the year, we work within the CCSU community and with external community organizations to create bridges between students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding community to provide educational and cultural opportunities such as performances and workshops.
Throughout the year, we bring local, state, and nationally renowned guest speakers and authors. Our most recent speaker is CCSU Alumna, Jennifer Lavoie, author of Andy Squared.