Rutgers supports an active program designed to meet the needs of black, Latino, and Asian students, as well as students from other ethnic, racial, or religious groups. For personal and social identity, underrepresented groups are supported through the three cultural centers at the university: Paul Robeson Cultural Center (PRCC), Center for Latino Arts and Culture (CLAC), and Asian American Cultural Center (AACC). The centers also coordinate calendars for all multicultural groups on campus and help publicize and promote both academic and cultural events. Each center holds an open house during the fall term to welcome and introduce new students to services provided.
The Office of Student Development and College Affairs also works very closely with underrepresented groups to cosponsor cultural programs and cocurricular activities. All students participate in diversity programs and training throughout the year. A Diversity Advocacy Board, comprised of students, meets regularly to plan and execute multicultural education programs for the college.