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A Sikh student demonstrates how to tie a turban as part of World Religions Day, 2013.

A Sikh student demonstrates how to tie a turban as part of World Religions Day, 2013.

 

MSU Clubs

The McMaster Student Union (MSU) sponsors a wide range of clubs that reflect the diversity of the campus community and which provide many opportunities for students to become involved both on campus and in the broader Hamilton community.

For information on spirituality, religious and faith-based clubs, please visit:  http://www.msumcmaster.ca/newmsu/clubs/ClubDirectory.htm

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MSU Diversity Services

The MSU Diversity Services aims to build and maintain a campus that celebrates, advocates for and ensures that the McMaster campus is an inclusive and diverse community in areas including, but not limited to, ethnicity and culture, faith and spirituality, gender, ability/disability and sexual orientation.

Director 2015-2016: Nishan Zewge-Abubaker
Location: Refectory B204A
Phone: 905-525-9140, Extension 26603
Email:
Website: http://www.msumcmaster.ca/diversityservices/home.htm

Office of Human Rights & Equity Services

The Office of Human Rights & Equity Services (HRES) promotes a university community where all students, staff and faculty can learn, work and live in an environment of equality and respect. HRES is actively engaged in achieving an environment free from sexism, racism, heterosexism, discrimination against persons with disabilities and all other forms of harassment and discrimination. In addition, HRES receives enquiries and complaints concerning all forms of harassment or discrimination and attempts confidential resolution. Human Rights & Equity Services ensures that the Sexual Harassment Policy, Anti-Discrimination Policy and Accessibility Policy are administered effectively and fairly.

“What is a Christian?” Students share their faith as part of World Religions Day, 2013.

“What is a Christian?” Students share their faith as part of World Religions Day, 2013.