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.
RSVP at the Office of Multicultural Affairs website
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.