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Multicultural Distinguished Service Society

Each year during the annual Diversity Recognition Awards, the names of a specially selected group of students selected for Multicultural Affairs hall of fame honors are revealed. Chosen by the Multicultural Affairs professional staff, these students are presented with the Multicultural Distinguished Service Award.

Approximately 10-12 students are chosen each year for their

  • Excellence in service to the community,
  • Commitment to promoting social justice and diversity, and
  • For outstanding support of the mission of Multicultural Affairs.

Through their dedication as involvement in multiple realms of student life, these students have exemplified the highest ideals of servant leadership. In previous years, the award was also known as “Multicultural Senior Society.”

Class of 2014-2015

Class of 2010-11

Thuy Do
Shunkecia Lewis
Natalie Coronado
Celestis Gamez
Diamond Nguyen

La' Keali Felton
Tania Lopez
Tram Cao


Class of 2013-14

Class of 2011-12

Karen Blair
Danielle Carlton
Brandon Esianor
Kavya Kartik
Manhattan Nguyen
Polyana Ocampo

Ify Okonkwo
Cosme Olivas
Grecia Ramirez
Alohilani Valdez


Class of 2012-13

Apoorva Chandra
Diana Martinez Cepeda
D’Jon Pitchford
Ethan De Nolf
Kevin Shyu
La Rance Delasbour

Jijo John Philip
Mary Barron
Nadia Martinez Cepeda
Olufunmilayo During
Pri Hossain
Reniqua Mayes

Class of 2011-12

Class of 2011-12

Tierra Chatmon
Jackalyn Aquino
Phillip Truong
Esperanza Trujillo
Esther Armenta
Timothy Johnson
Tina Vu

MiChi Lam
Anthony Ngoo
Aristia Mosley
Gita Christy
Crystal Jamaica
Joshua Little

Class of 2010-2011

Class of 2010-11

Ricky Irving, Jr.
D’Ann Lacey Bey
Valerie Arnaez
Anthony Ratsamy
Tesia Kwarteng

Raquel Moreno
Gustavo Delgado
Carlos Plancarte
Rosita Tran III
Braulio Cruz

Class of 2009-2010

Class of 2009-10

Travis Boren
Vinh Nguyen
Stephanie Fenniri
Denishea Williams
Jennifer Cortez
Melanie Johnson

Peter Dao
Harrison Coleman
Natalia Vargas
Chassidy Young
Yarizel Gracia
Bongani Mlambo


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