The UNITI Cultural Center (UCC) moved to its new, 3,500 square-foot space on the first floor of the Stony Brook Union earlier this year. It promotes cultural diversity, inclusion, and equity, offering students in-person and virtual cultural programs and opportunities to engage with their peers, faculty, and staff on a variety of contemporary issues.
Join President Maurie McInnis, elected officials, student clubs and organizations, faculty, staff and alumni for an official ribbon-cutting on Saturday, October 23, at 2 pm to celebrate the opening of its new space. A reception and tours are included.
Established in 1978, the UCC promotes cultural diversity, inclusion and equity at Stony Brook. The new location features a multipurpose lounge, spacious conference room, meeting room, group study area and designated seating spaces.
This event is part of a series of activities in celebration of the Inauguration of Maurie McInnis as Stony Brook University’s sixth president.