The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is located on the second floor of the Romeo B. Garrett Cultural Center, also affectionately referred to as the "GC" by students. Purchased by the university in 1978, the Garrett Cultural Center recognizes and represents the legacy of Bradley's first African American professors, Dr. Romeo B. Garrett. Dr. Garrett's legacy is highlighted and celebrated regularly on campus, but the Garrett Cultural Center is a standing symbol that visibly recognizes his profound impact on the Bradley and Peoria community.
With two floors of open space, many students utilize the Garrett Center Auditorium on the first floor to hold their many events, while students enjoy study space, a lounging area, and a conference room to conduct meetings in or utilize at their own leisure on the second floor.
What's in the Garrett Center?
Computer Lab with six computers and a printer for students to utilize
Conference Room with Student Access by Reservation
Student Lounge with TV
Microwave and Refrigerator
Multicultural Resource Library with over 100 books for students to rent out