Office of Multicultural Affairs



Fall 2023

Sno Cones and Safe Spaces
August 23rd | 2:00pm - 4:00pm | Harborwalk

Enjoy some Sno Biz (Black owned business) italian ice and snow cones as we create safe spaces. Faculty, Staff and Students welcome! 

Umoja Breakfast 
September 5 | 9:30am - 11:30am | OMA

The Umoja Breakfast is a space where marginalized students can connect with faculty, staff and admin on the USFSP campus. The space is for USFSP first year students and/or transfer students, which the goal is to connect them with individuals on campus who can help with their transition to the University. Food will be provided. 

OMA and Veterans Affairs September Social
September 28 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm | Terrace Outdoor Patio

The OMA Team and Office of Veterans Services will be welcoming USF students back to the USF community and would like to celebrate students being back on campus. Come to the Terrace for food, music, and games. Get to know SVO and OMA, as well as find a new place to hang out on campus. 

OMA Drag Show
November 2nd | 6:00pm - 8:30pm | USC Ballrooms 

The OMA Team will host our annual Drag Show, which celebrates and highlights drag culture at USFSP. The event introduces USFSP to Drag culture and also brings professional Drag Queens/Kings to campus. The event will have snacks. If you are interested in being a volunteer for the event, please feel free to contact the OMA team. This event is 18+.


Spring 2024

St. Petersburg Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
January 15th | Time: 8:30am| Location: SLC Atrium

The Martin Luther King Jr. Parade is an annual parade hosted by the city of St. Petersburg. The OMA Team participates on USFSP's behalf, which OMA rents out a float, order beads among other swag, and allow students, faculty and staff to walk in the parade. The parade is a lot of fun and allows the University to engage with the community. Register on BullsConnect! 

Diversity & Inclusion Conference
February 9th| USC Ballrooms 

The Diversity & Inclusion Conference is an OneOMA initiative, which its purpose is to enhance the learning, understanding, and development of concepts surrounding diversity, inclusion, equity and social justice for the USF system and students, faculty, and staff of Florida colleges and universities. The workshops provided will focus on four sub themes, which are authentic self, compliance vs. complicity, inactions, and mental health. These intentional workshops will explore real, important, and truthful conversations, while continuously centering marginalized identities.