Uniquely YouOur student body is made up of more than 2,000 students from 34 states and 32 countries. Within this diverse group are students from many socioeconomic backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, cultural identities and sexual orientations.
As a student at St. Norbert, you’ll be invited to understand and celebrate these multiple identities and gain a deeper cultural awareness through a variety of programming events and student organizations. This understanding goes a long way in creating respectful relationships and interactions in a diverse world.
St. Norbert College’s diversity can be experienced with a quick glimpse at some of our student organizations, including Beyond Borders, Japan Club, Chinese Student Association, College Republicans and Democrats, Rainbow Alliance and Spanish Club, to name a few.
Multicultural Student Services
Multicultural student services (MSS) offers a number of programs through which students can build relationships and achieve academic success. Men of Distinction, Connections and Students Taking Academic Responsibility (STAR) are just a few of the opportunities available to you.
The Women’s Center, offers resources and educational programming to advocate, support and empower all women. Monthly programs and activities focus on the connection between body, mind and spirit. The center’s signature event is the annual Phenomenal Woman Conference, a daylong program featuring a keynote address, workshop sessions and a musical guest.
The Men’s Initiative offers programs to engage men in discussions around complex issues and topics relevant to college-aged men. In addition to a variety of activities – including a film series and discussion groups, such as Men Creating Change and Men of Distinction – the Men’s Initiative co-sponsors the annual Men’s Health Day event.
Cassandra Voss Center
At the Cassandra Voss Center you'll find innovative, holistic programming about gender and identity that is making an impact at the regional and national level. The center is a focal point for education and awareness about gender and diversity, among faculty, staff and students at the college and beyond. This center also houses the Joan P. Schaupp Women’s Center, the Men’s Initiative and the Women’s and Gender Studies academic discipline.