Stephen F. Austin State University

Kente Cloth Ceremony

Kente Cloth Ceremony

Kente Cloth Ceremony

The Office of Multicultural Affairs would like to celebrate all their student leaders, student ambassadors, and graduating OMA students.
A Kente Cloth is a colorful fabric of Ghanaian origin: often worn as a symbol of pride. We recognize each of our graduating seniors who have been actively involved with the OMA at the end of the Fall and Spring semester with a Kente Cloth as a symbol of our appreciation.
If you are an OMA student who is graduating this spring semester please fill out the application. Deadline to apply is November 09, 2017 by 5pm.

Limited Kente Cloth Awarded per Semester

Qualifications: In order to qualify for the OMA Kente Cloth, you must have been actively involved (paid-member) or employed with the OMA for an entire year and within the LAST THREE YEARS. Proof of membership may be

asked for.