What is the purpose of the MFSA?
How does the MFSA enhance the faculty and staff experience?
MFSA mission is to enhance the quality of life and campus climate by promoting participation and inclusion of all people of color in the workforce at the University. To that end we support the faculty/staff recruitment and retention efforts, networking and mentoring among faculty, staff, and students and lastly, establishing and maintaining positive community links. We give faculty, staff, and students a “Voice on Campus.”
What does a MFSA membership provide?
How can I get involved?
How did the MFSA get started?
The Minority Faculty and Staff Association began in 1976, under the leadership of Retired School of Education Professor Edward Jenkins. The association is dedicated to bringing issues of importance concerning minority Faculty and Staff to the attention of the University.
How does the MFSA help students?
Through the Student Outreach Committee MFSA has begun to work with minority student organizations to encourage community outreach, provide role models, and open doors leading to internships and graduation. MFSA leadership urges the University to provide equal educational and careers opportunities for professional growth and upward mobility for all members of the community.