A Community United

Celebrate the diversity and uniqueness of the Montco family through OneMontco! Throughout the 2018-2019 academic year, join us for the College's Unity Series, which shines a spotlight on the diversified community in which we live, work, study and play.

Everyone is welcome – OneMontco events are open to the public. For more information, please contact Student Success at studentsuccess@mc3.edu or call 215-641-6577.


August
29

ONE MONTCO Collegewide BBQ
11:30 AM  1:30 PM

Central Campus, Quad
West Campus, South Hall Lobby

 

30

ONE MONTCO Collegewide BBQ
11:30 AM  1:30 PM

Central Campus, Quad
West Campus, South Hall Lobby

 


 September

12

Step Afrika!
12:20 PM

Central Campus, Science Center Theater
West Campus, South Hall 221

This company blends percussive dance styles practiced by historically African American fraternities and sororities, African traditional dance and influences form a variety of other dance and art forms.

Reserve your ticket  

 


October
24

Holden On – Lively Arts Film Series
7:00 PM

Central Campus, Science Center Theater

The Lively Arts Film Series presents Holden On about 17-year old Holden Layfield, a high school junior who struggles with mental illness.

Reserve your ticket  

 


 November
7

The Presidential Symposium
12:20 PM

Central Campus, Science Center Theater
West Campus, South Hall 221

Featuring Rinku Sen, author, activist and the president of the racial justice organization Race Forward.

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14

The Art of I AM: A One Woman Monologue that discusses race, gender, sexuality, inclusion, and more!
12:20 PM

Central Campus, Science Center Theater
West Campus, South Hall 221

Sponsored by ACR 101 Scholars Program.

Nikki Powerhouse, author, poet and actress

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Februrary
25

Stage Play: Ain't I A Woman
12:20 PM

Central Campus, Science Center Theater
West Campus, South Hall 221

A musical production with verbal introductions to vignettes from the lives of powerful African American women Sojourner Truth, Zora Neale Hurston, Clementine Hunter and Fanny Lou Hamer.

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20

Pan African Festival
12:20 PM – 1:30 PM

Central Campus, College Hall, Lower Level
Sponsored by the African American Student League.

 


March
6

Interview with Sojourner Truth
12:20 PM

Central Campus, College Hall Library, 2nd floor
Sponsored by the Offices of Student Affairs and Library and Academic Support.

Reserve your ticket  

 


April
TBD

International Festival: A Global Celebration
Time TBD
Central Campus, College Hall, Lower Level

Culminating event for the year-long One Montco Unity series which brings together the diverse cultures of the College and the community.