These events, hosted annually, are collaborations between student organizations and the Office of Multicultural Affairs. They represent our largest and most significant events of year.
Black Student Orientation (BSO)
One of the largest events of the year, BSO offers black students the opportunity to meet their peers, get information on OSU resources, and celebrate the beginning of a new school year.
- Hispanic/Latinx Student Orientation (HOLA)
HOLA is a large celebratory event to welcome Hispanic/Latinx students back to campus and provide resources, guidance, and support services.
- Harvest Moon
Harvest Moon, celebrated around the end of September, centers on what is considered to be the brightest full moon of the year.
- Coming Out StoriesComing Out Stories, celebrated on or around Coming Out Day, is an opportunity for LGBTQ members of the campus community to share their coming out experience.
Prism is an annual arts festival where all artists are LGBTQ or women. The festival was created to highlight an important need for more visibility of marginalized genders and/or sexualities in mainstream art.
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an opportunity for the Oklahoma State University community to come together to honor the legacy of MLK Jr. and continue the conversation for racial justice.
- The Vagina Monologues
The Vagina Monologues, a play by Eve Ensler, is performed every spring to highlight the often invisible experiences of individuals with vaginas.
- Heritage Pageants