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Virtual Multicultural Open House 2022
Experience Yale’s four cultural centers through the Virtual Multicultural Open House September 28-Oct 3 2022. Registration is now open.
The 2021 Yale Multicultural Open House featured live online events featuring Yale’s cultural centers, student groups, academic opportunities, and resource centers, through panels, performances, and showcases.
View the full schedule and watch recordings of events you missed below. Recordings from the 2020 Virtual Open House are also available.
2021 Virtual Event Recordings
Multicultural Open House Kickoff - Jeremiah Quinlan, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid, welcomes prospective students and their families to Yale’s first virtual Multicultural Open House. Yale leaders will join Dean Quinlan to provide an introduction to Yale's vibrant diverse community and a preview of future events.
Native American Cultural Center Open House - The Native American Cultural Center supports a prominent and thriving Indigenous presence at Yale College. The Center fosters a sense of community for students, one that involves encouragement, mentoring, and service. NACC cultivates student identity and leadership through such shared values as accountability, transparency, assertiveness, and honesty, and pride in culture. Meet students and staff who are active at the center and learn more about the center's communities, activities, and support programs.
Diversity of Experience: Research, Resources, and More at Yale - The transition to college from high school can seem daunting. At Yale, a constellation of programs and resources help students transition and thrive. This panel will highlight three of Yale's most longstanding and valuable transition programs: First-Year Scholars at Yale (FSY), Science, Technology, & Research Scholars (STARS), and Cultural Connections (CC).
Asian American Cultural Center Open House - The Asian American Cultural Center supports the thriving Asian and Asian American presence at Yale. The AACC honors the vibrant and complex cultures, histories, and experiences of the Asian and Asian American community at Yale. Meet students and staff who are active at the center and learn more about the center's communities, activities, and support programs.
'Who is Taking Care of My Student?' Panel - The transition to college involves the whole family. Learn about the academic, social, and emotional support Yale students receive from their residential colleges and many campus resource centers. Hear from dedicated Yale staff about how their offices help students thrive after they arrive.
La Casa Cultural: the Latinx Cultural Center Open House - La Casa Cultural de Julia de Burgos, the Latinx Cultural Center at Yale, offers Yale students and community members a rich variety of social, academic, and cultural resources in a vibrant and welcoming environment. La Casa promotes a sense of unity among Latinx people at Yale, and supports Yale students in matters of scholarship, identity exploration, leadership, and social awareness. Meet students and staff who are active at the center and learn more about the center's communities, activities, and support programs.
First-Generation Low-Income Community Initiative Open House - The Community Initiative supports Yale's first-generation, low-income (FGLI) students financially, academically, and socially. It also empowers FGLI student leaders to enact cultural change on campus. Meet students and staff who are active with the Community Initiative and hear real talk about the FGLI experience at Yale.
Life at Yale: Current Student Panel - What is student life like this year at Yale? What’s there to do on campus and how do students get involved? Student panelists with diverse interests and backgrounds will share a candid look at Yale's undergraduate life.
Living & Learning: Residential College Student Panel - The residential college system is at the heart of the Yale undergraduate experience. Hear more about the residential college experience from the students who live within their walls. Learn more about the spaces, events, and traditions that make the colleges integral to student life.
This Has Been the MOHst Fun: Admissions and Financial Aid Closing Event - Wrap up the Multicultural Open House experience with representatives from Yale's Office of Undergraduate Financial Aid and Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Learn about affordability and get advice on navigating the college application process.
Recordings from MOH 2020
Multicultural Open House Kickoff
Diversity of Experience: Research, Resources, and More at Yale
Asian American Cultural Center Open House
'Who is Taking Care of My Student?' Panel
La Casa Cultural: the Latinx Cultural Center Open House
Life at Yale: Current Student Panel
Student Performance Group Showcase
Afro-American Cultural Center Open House
Residential College Life Panel
First-Generation Low-Income Community Initiative Open House
Native American Cultural Center Open House
This Has Been the MOHst Fun: Closing Ceremony with Admissions and Financial Aid