Intercultural Program

International Students and Intercultural Programs
Intercultural Program logoMission

The goal of the Intercultural Program is to engage the campus and ourselves in learning about different cultures and identities, including sexual orientation, gender, religion, race, socioeconomic status, ability, and body type, as well as the intersections of these identities. Intercultural Programs also advocates for an inclusive campus for all students and works to create change on campus, in the nation, and in the world.

Fall 2017 Calendar

ICP Calendar of Events Fall 2017 [PDF]

Intercultural Programs events, activities, and excursions are supported by the College Services Fee and are open to you at no additional cost.

Times and locations are subject to change. For more information regarding ICP events, visit the Center for International & Intercultural Programs office, email, or call 714-895-8146. Find us on Facebook at

SEPT 5 – 8
Sexual Assault Awareness Week
Sexual Assault Awareness Week Event The Clothesline Project in Central Quad
T-Shirt Making Station (9/6)
11am-1pm at the GWC Central Quad
 read more about it
“The Mask You Live In” Film Screening & Discussion with Student Life & Leadership and Drs. Tayyar, Duvall & Clancy (9/7)
2-4pm in Business 113

International Day of Peace

 International Day of Peace event With the Peace Studies Program An outdoor art fair and open mic exploring artistic depictions of peace and hope for a more equitable world.
10am-2pm at Student Center South Lawn

October 9-13
Pride Week
in collaboration with G.L.A.S.A.

Pride Week Event Personal Stories from the LGBTQ Community with Dr. Kristine Clancy (10/9); 6:30-9pm in Humanities 107
“Mosquita y Mari”(10/10)
4:30-7pm in LRC 250
Coming Out Day (10/11)
10am-1pm at Student Center Patio
Safe Zone Ally Training with Puente (10/13)
9am-12pm in Nursing 305/306; Sign-up required
OCT 20
UndocuAlly Training
UndocuAlly training Event With GWC Equity & Dr. Kristine Clancy 
A workshop for faculty and staff to explore resources and best practices for serving undocumented students on campus.
9am-2pm in Student Services Annex 154

OCT 24
My Culture Is Not Your Costume

My Culture Is Not Your Customer Event With Dr. Giovanni Hortua
A workshop exploring cultural appropriation in Halloween costumes and its implications.
1-2:30pm at Math & Science Bldg 123
Día de los Muertos
Dia DeLos Muertos Event With Puente
Open Altar Workshops,
throughout October in
Student Services Annex Multipurpose Room 154
Día de los Muertos Celebration (11/1)
10am-1pm at Student Center Patio
NOV 13-17
International Education Week
International Education Week Event Global Challenges & Solutions Workshop with Profs. Sahani & MacRaghnaill (11/14)
Time 3-4:30pm; Location LRC 250
International Festival (11/15)
11am-2pm at the Student Center Patio
International Thanksgiving Dinner (11/16)
5-7pm in Student Services Annex Room 154
NOV 29
Islam 101
Islam 101 Event With the Dr. Kristine Clancy & Dr. Kaine Fini
A workshop presented by a representative from the Islamic Institute of Orange County addressing common myths & misconceptions.
6:45-9:30pm in Forum II
Museum of Tolerance
Museum of Tolerance Event An off-campus trip to learn about what leads people to hate, and how ordinary people have changed the world.
Meeting at ICP in Student Services
Annex by 8:30am; Sign-up required
Intercultural Film Library

ICP has a library of films touching upon a variety of cultural topics and themes. Faculty can contact our office at if they are interested in borrowing a film for in-class viewing or to be screened for students at the Student Services Annex. This library includes 60+ movies, many of which are award-winning films.

For some films, supplemental education resources are also available. View the list of available films (opens a pdf).

Contact Us

Have questions? Want to learn more about getting involved? Contact us at