Multiracial Community Resources

The CREDE aims to provide services and programs that support the collegiate experience of Multiracial, Bi-racial, Multi-Ethnic, and Third-culture identified students, while also providing opportunities for engagement and education to the rest of the University community on the identities, and experiences of Multiracial communities in the United States and abroad. For more information on how to get connected and learn more about the multiracial community at Elon please contact George Dou (

Check All That Apply

Check All That Apply is a monthly town hall gathering in the CREDE where we will hold informal discussions around a variety of topics that affect Multiracial students; both here on campus and in the larger society. The town halls are a safe space to learn from one another and will help foster a system of support and skills that will help you traverse your time at Elon University and in life beyond.

Multiracial Awareness Week

Typically held during March the CREDE celebrates Multiracial Awareness Week to bring about awareness and education to this emerging demographic of students. We will spend the week offering educational programming highlighting the experiences, challenges, and research on the multiracial collegiate experience.

S.M.A.R.T Mentor Program

The Student Mentors Advising Rising Talent program is designed to ease the transition from high school to college, both academically and socially, for first-year and trasnfer students.  The SMART Program centers on the experiences of the ALANAM community through a Community Cultural Wealth Model. First-year students learn from upper-level classmates who are trained to provide guidance and support to make Elon University a more welcoming environment.  See more information about the SMART program.