ULM's Diversity Committee holds events throughout the year to celebrate the history and heritage of the many cultures found at ULM.
Note: dates and times of upcoming events "to be announced"
MLK Day of Service
Black History Month
February is Black History Month and aims to recognize significant contributions to society made by black slaves and how their history is integral to mainstream narratives. Black History Month is also referred to as African American History Month.
Women's History Month
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
National Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, honoring the people of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. Originally established as a week-long event by Congress in 1978, it was later expanded to a month-long celebration.
Sept. 15 - Oct. 15
National Hispanic Heritage Month
Mix-It-Up! at Schulze Cafeteria
"Mix-It-Up!" is held during November at Schulze Cafeteria on the ULM campus. Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to interact with persons whom they might not otherwise meet or talk with during their typical daily routine.
National American Indian Heritage Month
November is National American Indian Heritage Month and celebrates the intertribal cultures and educates the public about the heritage, history, art, and traditions of the American Indian and Alaska Native people.