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  • Students learn about issues related to social justice

Social Justice Program

A collaborative space for students to feel comfortable learning about issues of social justice.

SJP Information

The SJP program is on a pause for the 2023-2024 academic year. Check back here for Fall 2024 updates!


The Social Justice Program (SJP) is a certificate program through the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs designed to increase students’ knowledge about issues related to social justice, and to combat bias and discrimination all over the world. Participants engage in experiences related to social justice and diversity, including:

  • Experiential learning
  • Seminar-style readings and dialogues
  • Advanced readings in topics such as:
    • Feminist Theory
    • Equity
    • Intersectionality
    • Queer Theory
    • Womanism
    • Power, Privilege and Oppression
  • Research Projects
  • Service Learning Projects

SJP is a 10-week certificate program. Classes are held twice a week for an hour, with 2 lessons being released each week. Lessons may include quizzes, hands-on assignments, supplementary links, and more.

You will receive a certificate from OMSA upon successful completion.  

Participants will be expected attend two experiences beyond the classroom.

Options include:

  • Safe Zone Ally Training
  • Day of Service (at an approved site)
  • Carolina Intercultural Training
  • Workshop Development and Presentation
  • Suicide Prevention Training
  • Diversity Retreat
  • Diversity Dialogue
  • Civil Rights Tour

The topics covered during SJP are:

  • Identity
  • Privilege
  • Social Justice Philosophy
  • Combating Bias
  • Community Building
  • Working in Solidarity with Communities
  • Keeping Current with Social Justice Trends
  • Philosophy and Ethics of Activism
  • Service Learning


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