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Multicultural, American Indian and Retention Services

  • Location: Founders Hall
    2nd Floor, Dean of Students suite
  • Email
  • In-Person Hours

    • Monday–Friday:
      8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

    Virtual Hours

    • Monday–Friday:
      8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

    More Info

    On Campus at Founders Hall, second floor, Dean of Students Suite

    Veterans Center hours (Founders Hall, second floor, 201):

    Monday–Wednesday: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

    Women’s & LGBTQ+ Center hours (Founders Hall, first floor, 140):

    Monday–Wednesday: 10 a.m.– 4 p.m.

Who We Are

The Multicultural, American Indian, and Retention Services Department (MAIR) promotes the academic success of historically underrepresented incoming, current, and graduating students by providing retention programming and a wide range of services to all students. 

Students are assisted and supported by the culturally-sensitive staff. The services are designed to enrich the academic and social experience of students while also connecting them to the university and relevant community resources.  

MAIR offices

MAIR Coordinators provide programs and services

  • Student support services 
  • Advocacy and coaching  
  • Cultural programming 
  • Leadership development  
  • Help with scholarships and grants 
  • Referrals to university and community resources 

Contact us

Georgette N. Gray 
Director, Multicultural, American Indian and Retention Services (MAIR) 
Email:  georgette.gray@metrostate.edu 
Phone: 651.793.1305 
Fax: 651.793.1310

Office hours are Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. MAIR Coordinators are in the office three days a week and work remotely two days a week. If you wish to meet with us in the office, email to schedule an appointment.

Other resources

Women's and LGBTQIA+ Student Services

The Women's and LGBTQIA+ Student Resource Center provides safe spaces for all members of the Metropolitan State University community.

Veteran Services

academic and support services or veterans and military students and their families

American Indian Student Services

Support and programs for the academic, personal and professional success of American Indian students.

Asian American Student Services

Helping Asian-American students balance life and education to persist and graduate.

Black, African and African American Support Services

Services that facilitate the academic success of incoming, current and graduating Black, African and African American students.

Latinx and Undocumented Student Support Services

Programs and advocacy that facilitate academic success of students who identify as Latinx or undocumented.

Veteran Services

Programs and support for veterans and students connected to the military.

National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)

National leadership honor society with a chapter at Metro State