Amherst College’s Office of Identity and Cultural Resources has a number of Centers that often become second homes on campus. Check out each Center below!
Working in collaboration with other resource centers and campus partners, the Center for International Student Engagement aims to guide students as they learn about and question themselves, their environments, and how these interact in local and global contexts.
The Multicultural Resource Center welcomes all students from all backgrounds and helps create an inclusive community by acknowledging, celebrating and promoting the diverse experiences of every student.
In the Women’s and Gender Center, students explore gender through personal experience, academic inquiry, community organizing, activism and discussion.
The Queer Resource Center sponsors educational, social and campus community-building programs that create an inclusive and safe campus for people of all gender and sexual identities.
The Class & Access Resource Center supports first-generation, low-income, transfer, veteran, and undocumented/DACA students, and cultivates leadership development opportunities for all students.
The Center for Religious & Spiritual Life helps students to live their faith, explore spiritual practices, and make meaning within themselves and the world.