The Multicultural Center celebrates diversity by planning, implementing and co-sponsoring programs that educate the center's five areas of diversity: race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, interfaith, and disability. Programs and activities sponsored by the center are developed with the intention of increasing the level of awareness, understanding, and consciousness regarding the diverse make up of our university, community, and global environment. Examples of these programs include Campus Safety Programs, Cafe Diversity discussion, Pride Initiatives, Dating and Domestic Violence Awareness, Disability Awareness, and celebrating Asian History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Black History Month, Women's History Month and Native American Indian Heritage Month.
The Multicultural Center has established several Special Interest Group Networks (SIGNs) and other community groups such as IDEA Team and Community Engagement Team to help members of the UNT community have a voice in diversity initiatives. These groups meet throughout the calendar year and work to partner with other campus and community groups to encourage diversity and inclusion at UNT and within the DFW metroplex. The Multicultural Center started a project called MLK Year of Service encouraging students to perform volunteer work to help the Denton community and abroad. Through partnership with the Center for Leadership and Service and the College of Public Affairs and Community Service, UNT students have heavily impacted the surrounding community through their hundreds of volunteer work. The Multicultural Center has been recognized by Keep Denton Beautiful as an “Outstanding Community Partner.”