Produce and provide a welcoming and inclusive programming and environment that engages in brave dialogue and inclusive culturally enriched high-quality education.
The UNITE Center is an intentionally inclusive support community space for the whole educational community. It is a learning lab for structural change for ARC.
The center is a connection point, an open access to the entire institution. It is a bridge to an academically rich environment – a place which promotes a greater understanding and awareness of the cultural significance of students' lived experiences.
UNITE Center Events
Asian Pacific Islander Student Center (APISC)
The Asian and Pacific Islander Center is a cultural engagement center that supports student from similar and diverse East Asian, Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian, Filipino, Native Hawaiian, and South Asian cultural backgrounds.
Black Student Success Center
Inspiring and empowering Black students to pursue their educational goals while affirming their culturally unique identities.
The Latinx Center is a space located inside the Unite Center where students can unapologetically celebrate their Hispanic, Latinx, and/or Chicano heritage.
Native American Resource Center
The center is a physical area on the campus that aids Native American and Alaskan Native students and serves as a sanctuary where Native traditions are upheld and celebrated.
This space celebrates LGBTQIA+ students, faculty, and staff. We foster an awareness of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression, and provide a safe and welcoming campus environment for all.
Pride Learning Community
The learning community welcomes both LGBTQIA+ community members and our allies to this year-long program.
PRISE Learning Community
To overcome disparities in educational opportunities, we assist and mentor Asian and Pacific Islander students with dedicated ARC courses and learning cohorts.
Puente integrates rapid learning, intense academic counseling, and community mentorship. The Puente Project enables students from low-income backgrounds to enroll in 4-year colleges and complete degrees.
What Is Rising Scholars?
This program is designed to facilitate the transition from the criminal justice system to receiving a college degree or certificate. This program helps end recidivism.
Umoja Sakhu Learning Community
The Umoja Sakhu Learning Community is open to all students and is specifically designed to increase retention, success rate, graduation and transfer rates of African ancestry students.
UndocuScholar Resource Connection
We empower students, employees, and community members who are undocumented, of mixed-status family, or allies, to reach their academic, personal, and professional goals.
Monday to Thursday:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
We are currently operating under reduced summer hours. Hours are subject to change, based on staff availability. Please schedule an appointment online or call prior to your visit.Tuesdays/Thursdays: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm