All College Day was established in 2000 by Campus Life and Diversity as a time to bring students, faculty, administrators, and staff together to discuss issues of importance to the campus community.
Kaleidoscope, cosponsored by the Office of International Services and the Vassar International Students Association, is an annual event celebrating Vassar’s diversity of cultures.
The Vassar Jewish Union (VJU) is one of 12 student communities of faith supported by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
A gathering in the ALANA (African and African American—Latino/a—Asian and Asian American—Native American) Center
The LGBTQ Center is centrally located in the College Center.
Campus Life and Diversity sponsors Vassar First Year, a series of events for first-year students designed to help them get the most out of their Vassar experience.
The annual ALANA Fest takes place in April of spring semester.
The Office of International Services hosts a sale and auction of Haitian art each year to support the community of Chermaitre in Haiti.
The LGBTQ Center is staffed by a full-time director and student interns.
Several times a year, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life sponsors a Luminaire Walking Meditation event on the Chapel lawn.
One of the most popular All College Day events is the mural project in the College Center, where all members of the community are invited to express their feelings and opinions.
Sponsored by Campus Life and Diversity, Freshmen 15 is an annual spring First Year event featuring student readings and artistic creations.
A workshop at the LGBTQ Center
The organizers of Kaleidoscope, an annual event with international cuisine, a flag ceremony, and a talent show
During All College Day, the Soup and Substance event brings members of the community together to discuss issues of campus life and diversity
The annual Baccalaureate service on the Saturday before Commencement is organized by the Council of Black Seniors.