I am a Woman of Excellence, and so is my Sister!
Mission StatementTo establish a strong support network comprised of Kent State University women of color who will nurture, advocate and enrich the educational and leadership development of our female students of color, through meaningful relationships and programs to develop high achieving and empowered women of excellence.
Sister Circle is intended to provide strategies of holistic development for female students, in particular those of the AALANA population. Holistic development includes a focus on academic pursuits along with mental, physical, emotional and spiritual awareness encompassing complete self-development toward individual student success.
We strive to encourage females in developing self-confidence and making positive life-long and collegiate decisions to maximize their personal, academic and professional aptitude.
To increase positive healthy relationships amongst women of color students.
To facilitate culturally relevant discussion groups amongst Sister Circle members and members of the campus and local community.
To increase collegiate awareness via collaborations with professional partnerships and community engagement.
Meeting Dates and Times:
All meetings are on Wednesdays from 5:30 - 7 PM in the Student Multicultural Center Kent Student Center, Room 206
Please join Sister Circle, M.E.N. and the Oscar Ritchie Scholars Guild of the Student Multicultural Center, Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a week to occupy the Student Multicultural Center with games, snacks and relaxtion! Come together to enjoy the company of family and friends before finals begin.
"DeStress Before the Test: Occupy the SMC" co-hosted with the Oscar Ritchie Scholars Guild and M.E.N.
Monday-Wednesday, April 21-23, 2014, 5:00-7:00 PM
Thursday & Friday, April 24-25, 2014, 12:30-2:00 PM
If you have any questions or would like to join the Sister Circle please contact :
Office: Student Multicultural Center