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Latino Leadership

Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) is committed to educating the UNG community about the history and culture of Latino/Hispanic people. In addition, MSA seeks to develop Latino/Hispanic leaders to serve the local community and beyond.

MSA prepares students for leadership and service by planning, developing, and implementing programs that:

  • develop oral and written communication skills, creative and critical thinking and intercultural competence;
  • promote an understanding and appreciation of various cultures;
  • develop specific knowledge and skills needed for the pursuit of professional careers and/or graduate study; and
  • help develop character by encouraging self-confidence, inclusivity, ethical behavior, academic excellence and a commitment to social justice.

Coordinator, MSA & Latino Success

Dr. Robert Robinson, Director 

These programs are executed by bilingual staff through the following services:
  • Goizueta Foundation Scholarship: Leadership development opportunities and awards of up to $3,000 (open to all students regardless of immigration status).
  • Personalized advising tailored to each student’s academic and social needs, including referrals to university support services such as advising, financial aid, student clubs, counseling, and much more!
  • Resource room available for use of computers, free printing, and studying.
  • Guidance on how to become involved in the Latino Student Association.
  • Educational events on topics related to inclusion, diversity, and social justice.

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