The Mission of the College states that the “traditions (of Emory & Henry) provide the context for our pursuit of excellence, as we engage a diverse group of well-qualified men and women in educational experiences that lead to lives of service, productive careers, and global citizenship.” Emory & Henry College currently has four student-led organizations that focus on exploring diverse cultures on campus.
MOCA- Men of Color ALLIANCE
Dedicated to making the greater Emory & Henry College/Emory community aware of civil rights issues on campus, across the country, and abroad. MOCA does this through their four tenets: Brotherhood, Academic Excellence, Leadership, and Community Involvement. MOCA was established at Emory & Henry College in 2008. Membership is open to all males, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and creed.
Advisor: Dr. Jack Wells
A social and support organization for gay, lesbian, transgendered and bisexual persons of the campus community and for their friends and allies. This organization sponsors educational training for the campus community and outreach events such as the Day of Silence
Advisor: Jimmy Whited, Shai Cullop