From lectures by leading thinkers to readings by award-winning authors, Rutgers offers a diverse and varied lineup of cultural events and programming by academic departments, student clubs, libraries, art museums, and various institutes and cultural centers.
The center works with Asian American student organizations and various Rutgers departments, as well as community-based organizations, to develop cultural programs and provide a variety of activities for the Rutgers community.
The center researches, documents, and promotes Latino/a, Hispanic, Caribbean, and Latin American arts and culture, offering a variety of arts and cultural programming for the Rutgers community and beyond.
The center provides educational, cultural, and social programs and services that reflect the experiences and aspirations of minority students, with an emphasis on African Americans.
The institute houses the largest archive of jazz materials in the world, with more than 100 archival collections of personal papers by jazz greats such as Mary Lou Williams and James P. Johnson.
The center helps humanities professionals tap the power of the region’s expansive cultural heritage to enrich community life, inspire visitors, and revitalize the economy.