Students of color at St. Ambrose comprise about 8 percent of a study body of around 3,800. These students, while certainly in touch with their cultural background, continue to explore other cultures and environments. They interact on campus in residence halls, sports teams, student organizations, study abroad and internship programs.
Ambrose's Intercultural Life Office is committed to students of cultures and backgrounds, collaborating on campus-wide events and activities to promote educational, cultural and social growth while preparing them to be productive citizens of a diverse world. No matter your cultural background, there's something offered for everyone, from guest speakers and poetry jams to dessert receptions and career development programs.