From Sister Circle, emergency funding, and Faculty Excellence Advocates to the MSU Center for Survivors, the Coalition of Racial and Ethnic Minorities, and more than 230 student organizations devoted to diversity and inclusion, RCAH and MSU have numerous supports, opportunities, and advocates working every day on improving diversity, equity, and inclusion.



  • Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS) offers appointments throughout the week, including appointments specifically reserved for RCAH students on Thursdays from 2:30-4 p.m. alternating weekly between in-person (Snyder C230H) and virtual appointments.
  • Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) provides students with additional opportunities outside of traditional language courses to apply and strengthen their knowledge of diverse languages and cultures.
  • Faculty Excellence Advocates (FEAs) work to create climates at MSU that advance quality, inclusiveness, alignment, objectivity, consistency, and transparency. At RCAH, the FEA is Dr. Tama Hamilton-Wray.
  • Institutional Diversity, Excellence and Action (IDEA) Coordinators, part of the MSU Network of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officers, advocate for DEI at MSU colleges and across the institution. At RCAH, the IDEA Coordinator is Dr. Kevin L. Brooks
  • The Language and Media Center provides in-house access to computers, creative software, maker equipment and language resources, and supplies.
  • The RCAH Art Studio is a creative space where students can work on a wide range of art projects, including drawing, painting, sewing, as well as screen printing, letterpress printing, linocut printing.
  • Network for Global Civic Engagement is a university-wide teaching and research collaboration founded and coordinated at RCAH. At RCAH, the NGCE Coordinating Director is Vincent Delgado.
  • The Writing Center Snyder Satellite is a perfect space for developing and polishing your writing, collaborating with other writers, and receiving feedback on your work. Writing Center consultants can help you on a range of assignments such as research papers, analytical essays, comedy routines, songs, poetry, multimedia projects, scholarship applications, resumes, cover letters, and much more.
  • RCAH Council is the College’s student government, “established for the express purpose of representing the needs and interests of students within the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities.”
  • Schedule an RCAH Academic Advising appointment
  • RCAH Emergency Funding is available to students experiencing immediate financial needs.
  • All students in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH) are eligible for awards and scholarships available through MSU.
  • RCAH Sister Circle Mentoring Program aims to support the holistic development of women of color undergraduates through culturally responsive programming that addresses the participants’ academic, social, personal, and professional needs.


Across MSU


Academic Programs, Centers and Departments



For Students

MSU has a wealth of institutional, college-level, and student-led DEI resources that serve the needs of students. RCAH specific resources attend to the academic, creative, civic engagement, career, student life, and well-being of students. 



Involve@State lists more than 230 diversity and inclusion student organizations at MSU. For more go to and search for an organization using the diversity and inclusion tab. Other select organizations:


For Staff and Faculty

Equitable and Inclusive Teaching, Learning and Research

Campus Resources