The Multicultural Resource Center offers a variety of resources to the campus community. Students, faculty and staff can find resources at the MRC for campus programs, events and initiatives. The resources we offer broadly include, paid services such as printing, buttons and ballons; room reservations for center space, the Multifaith Meditation and Prayer Room, MRC Library with books and games, grants and collaboration funding, Bartle Tabling and posting boards, a listing of local community resource information, and our weekly Culture Connects newsletter with promotional opportunities.
The MRC Resource Room offers paid and free resources for student organizations, campus departments, faculty, and staff.
Grants and Collaborations
The MRC provides financial resources to campus departments, faculty and student organizations for programs, initiatives and events that help increase awareness and understanding of cultural diversity through our Culture Connects Grant and Collaborations Requests.
Reserve MRC room and space via the MRC Room Reservation Request, and Bartle Library Tabling reservation via Bthere.
Multifaith Meditation & Prayer Room
The Multifaith Meditation and Prayer Room is a shoe-less space that provides opportunities for private prayer, meditation, relaxation, reflection or spiritual and stress reduction type activities. The MRC has religious books, scarves, prayer beads and other religious relics that can be utilized in the space. Location: LS-G501C
MRC Also Offers
The MRC offers Table and Tomb Reservations, and Bulletin Posting Boards at the Bartle Library for faculty, staff, campus departments, S.A. chartered organizations, GSO chartered organizations, University recognized student organizations and fraternity and sorority groups.
The MRC highlights minority-owned businesses in our local community and those who promote to our students. Whether you're looking for a home church, a salon away from home or where to get the cultural foods you are used to, we want our students to feel at home while at school.
Hate, Bias and Discrimination on Campus
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Multicultural Resource Center at Binghamton University are committed to addressing incidents of hate, bias or discrimination, both on and off campus, and appreciates your help in bringing these incidents to our attention.
Need to report a bias incident?
Report an incident of hate, bias or discrimination that occurs on campus or in the local Binghamton community via our Bias Incident Report form.
The MRC Library offers a diverse range of cultural literature that may not be found within the Binghamton University Libraries.
Learn more about our library and browse our Library Catalogue
Culture Connects Weekly Newsletter
The Culture Connects Weekly newsletter allows students, faculty, and staff to stay up to date on cultural news, hot topics, upcoming campus-wide events and programs, internship & employment opportunities & events, and local community news and events.
Learn more about how you can submit content or sign-up for the newsletter