Barrett embraces diversity between people, belief systems, and experiences. We recognize this diversity is a core strength of our community. Therefore, we provide opportunities to learn from different regions, perspectives, and experiences. These opportunities and programs emphasize education, awareness, and celebration which fosters lifelong introspection, self-discovery, and enhances one’s understanding of their identity.
- Día de los Muertos Celebration
- Fluent Fridays
- Interfaith World Views Picnic
- Becoming Me series
ASU Heritage Months
Barrett participates in university cultural initiatives through Barrett-specific programming and partnership with the Student & Cultural Engagement Office. We look forward to celebrating these months.
Interfaith Harmony Week | February 1-7
Barrett celebrates many worldviews, faiths, spiritualities and beliefs. Interfaith Harmony Week at ASU promotes unity by encouraging Sun Devils to explore and learn about cultures and worldviews outside their own.
Barrett takes part in the annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and recognizes the central role of blacks in U.S. history. ASU promotes Black History Month and honors the rich culture and history through student-led programs. Join the Black African Coalition at ASU. Barrett is hosting the following events:
Barrett promotes Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by organizing an event at the end of April/beginning of May. Join the Asian/Asian Pacific American Student's Coalition.
Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month
Native American Heritage Month