Equity-Based Education & Trainings

Check out the trainings we're currently offering!

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is offering new trainings! We have updated our former curriculum into a multilevel workshop series for students, starting with our Level One Training, The Bare Minimum: Introduction to DEI Language and Framework.

This 2-hour intro training is designed for KU students (undergraduate and graduate) who might be new to DEI language and looking to solidify their understandings before engaging in deeper topics like Social Justice, White Supremacy, Anti Blackness and Organizing.

Topics will include: Social Identities | The isms | Equity vs Equality vs Justice | and more.

Students can sign up training dates by following the buttons below. Subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to know we release our Level 2 training times and dates.

Please Note:

All trainings will be held in the SMRC Classroom; however, the OMA staff reserves the right to switch a training date to a Virtual/Zoom Platform. If you have questions about accommodations, or accessibilities questions, please feel free to reach out to Cierra Roberson with any additional questions, requests, or concerns at csroberson@ku.edu 

Register for Trainings

Register by clicking the link below for your preferred date. All trainings listed will be conducted from 5:30PM-7:30 PM in the Sabatini Multicultural Resource Center Classroom. Registration links will close the day prior to the training at 5PM. 

Register HERE for Bare Minimum Training, January 30th 

Register HERE for Bare Minimum Training, February 21st

Register HERE for Bare Minimum Training March 21st

Register HERE for Bare Minimum Training April 19th 


NOTE: To request this presentation, please reach out at oma@ku.edu

Interested in learning more about the OMA? Want us to visit your classroom? In this presentation, we will briefly cover the services and programs that the OMA offers as well as our resources, staff, events, and our social justice framework. This presentation is usually 20-30 minutes followed by a brief Q&A with students.