About MSA


The mission of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs at Iowa State University is to provide comprehensive programming and services that promote the academic success and holistic development of all college students, with an emphasis on fostering an equitable and inclusive university experience. Our office is dedicated to helping Iowa State encourage and support an inclusive campus environment where students from diverse backgrounds can thrive academically and personally. Through education, advocacy, leadership development, and community-building initiatives, we aim to empower all students to succeed while recognizing and valuing the unique contributions and experiences of individuals, as aligned with the mission and goals of the University and Division of Student Affairs.


The Office of Minority Student Programs was organized at Iowa State University in 1973. In 1978, the name was changed to the Office of Minority Student Affairs and renamed the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs in 2004. The Multicultural Student Affairs Office offers a number of programs for incoming and current students at Iowa State.

Find Us

2505 Union Drive, Suite 2080 

2080 Student Students Building

Staff Directory

Jordan Brooks

Assistant Dean of Students & Director of Multicultural Student Affairs

Jacki Mobley

Administrative Assistant

Edmee Gonzalez

Programming and Communications Graduate Assistant

Devonte' Thedford

APEX and Programming Graduate Assistant

CJ Carter

Cargill thrive Graduate Assistant

Brittney Cuevas

Multicultural Vision Program Graduate Assistant

Juventino Leyva Garcia

MVP Lead Student Advisor

Hannah Dong, PhD

George Washington Carver Program Graduate Assistant

Ellington Smith

GWC Lead Student Advisor

Olivia Garcia

GWC Lead Student Advisor