Multicultural & Disadvantaged Coordinators (MDCs) in the University of Wisconsin System are charged with coordinating a variety of precollege and post-secondary recruitment and retention initiatives in order to assist in the production of greater numbers of college graduates from underrepresented multicultural (URM) and economically disadvantaged backgrounds in the state of Wisconsin. MDCs have historically networked at the UW System level around three primary issues: training on legislative responsibilities regarding implementation of state statutes; awareness and implementation of sound or “best” practices relative to recruitment, retention, and graduation; advocacy about the role of the MDC in UW System initiatives. (White Paper, 2013)

The Minority and Disadvantaged Student Annual Report is legislatively required under Section 36.25 (14m)(c) of the Wisconsin State Statutes.  These reports are listed in the column to the right.

See also: The American Multicultural Student Leadership Conference


multicultural performance group including a woman in traditional Hmong dress, African American man and another non White woman
African / African Americans having a dinner
East Indian Students attending the Aziz Ansari show at the Klotsche Arena.