Multicultural Resource Center (MCRC)

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Thursday, 8:00am to 8:00pm

Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm

We are located Dreyfus University Center Room 208


Mission Statement

The Multicultural Resource Center (MCRC) at UW-Stevens Point is designed to meet the specific needs of students from traditionally underrepresented groups. Conveniently housed in room 208 of the Dreyfus University Center, the MCRC provides students with academic and social opportunities, seeking to encourage the success of UWSP's Native American, Asian American, African American, and Latina/Latino/Latinx students.

The MCRC is staffed by Laurie Graboski-Bauer. Students are welcome to stop in and socialize with each other, eat lunch, do homework, and use the computers provided.

MCRC Coordinator: 

Laurie Graboski Bauer

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715-346-4737  |

Services of the MCRC

  • Retention advising
  • Student organization executive board meetings
  • Computer access
  • Study area
  • Cable TV/DVD player
  • Library of diversity publications
  • Conversation
  • Walk-in hours with Career and Academic Advising
  • One on One meetings with the MCRC Coordinator
  • Mid-term grade reports
For many students, the MCRC is like their second home. It's a place where students feel safe and enjoy a friendly atmosphere.

MCRC Student Staff

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Destany Johnson is a senior majoring in Philosophy and Biology. She plans to pursue a degree in Nursing. Destany is from Washington DC and has worked at the Multicultural Resource Center for three years.

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Jeff Lu is a senior double majoring in Hydrology and Water Resources with a minor in Soils and a certification in Wetlands Management. He is a Chinesus (Chinese Christian) and came to the USA in 2009 from southern China to pursue his childhood dream of becoming a professional wrestler in the WWE! He became a U.S. citizen in 2015 and his life purpose changed. Jeff loves the outdoors, exercising, reading the Bible and eating good food.

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My name is Vang Yang and I am from Wisconsin Rapids, WI. I was born and lived in Thailand for nine years before coming to California then Wisconsin. I am the first person in my family to attend college. I am a senior pursuing a major in Biology with a Chemistry minor. After UWSP, I plan to attend pharmacy school. This is my third year working for the Multicultural Resource Center here on campus. Pharmacy Club and HaSEAAC Club are two organizations I am actively involved in on campus. Outside of school, I work as a pharmacy technician at Walmart and volunteer for St. Michael's Hospital. In my free time, I enjoy watching TV, cooking, and socializing with my family and friends.

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