The Center for Leadership, Equity & Excellence

The Center for Leadership, Equity & Excellence The Center at Mills

The Center seeks to not only address the call from the College’s strategic plan to create an inclusive and vibrant campus, but to also address the urgency to provide today’s students with a comprehensive co-curricular experience enmeshed in leadership development, social justice principles, and academic excellence. We are excited to welcome staff, new and returning in these new roles. Lea Robinson - Assistant Dean of Students Remi Harada – Director Ashley Ramirez – Assistant Director, Leadership Alfredo Del-Cid - Assistant Director, Social Justice Resources Sascha Brown – Coordinator of Student Activities Amy Brown – Budgets & Logistics Coordinator The Center provides opportunities for social justice education, new student programming, student leadership development and club/organization advising, and retention of student populations. We are excited to better serve the campus through enhanced student support and engagement. We hope that you will visit The Center in Rothwell soon, and join us in our collaborative and intentional efforts to transform the co-curricular experience of Mills College students.

Mission: The Center for Student Leadership, Equity, & Excellence empowers students to become positive change agents through inclusive leadership & social justice opportunities.

Check out the photos from Black & White Ball: Zenon 2019! Tag your friends!
Black & White: Zenon 2019

Check out the photos from Black & White Ball: Zenon 2019! Tag your friends!

Photo collection by Chroma Photobooth


All Black & White Ball ticket sales have ended! See y'all tonight at 9pm!!


*** Announcement from Dining Services Committee***

Join interested students and Dining Services managers to review the current dining options on campus, and to discuss ways Dining Services can better meet the needs of our campus community. Meetings are open to ALL students, faculty, and staff!

Meetings Location: Tea Shop
Meeting Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Upcoming Meetings

•October 17, 2018
•December 12, 2018

Can’t make it to a meeting or have something to say right now? Email [email protected]

Scholarship Opportunity!! The Rose Pak Memorial Scholarship is a merit-based award offered to API students residing in o...
Rose Pak Community Fund | FAQ and Application

Scholarship Opportunity!!
The Rose Pak Memorial Scholarship is a merit-based award offered to API students residing in or going to school in San Francisco who want to get an education in preparation for a career in public service. This year, 2018, is the second year of the scholarship. The Rose Pak Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to five students in the amount of $5,000 each. The scholarship may be applied to tuition or any ancillary expenses for the awardee’s undergraduate studies (e.g., books, fees, living expenses).

RPCF is a charitable organization that provides grants for projects, administers the Rose Pak Memorial Scholarship, and maintains historical archives.


5000 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00


(510) 430-2321


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This semester, Spiritual and Religious Life will be hosting a series of events around interfaith activism. Some of the events include: Interfaith Activism, Interfaith Dialogue and Engaging in Interfaith Activism, Interfaith Storytelling, and Interfaith History Students who engage in these workshops will be admitted into the Interfaith Student Leadership Cohort. This leadership opportunity includes learning about and facilitating interfaith dialogue, having support in creating events in and outside of Mills College; networks with the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), exploring leadership opportunities with the Department of Spiritual and Religious Life, and possible opportunity to go to the Interfaith Leadership Institute in Chicago, IL to network and learn more from students in IFYC nationwide (more information to come). Interested? Come to our informational session February 14th, 2019 for more information!
Love Crafts? Looking for a family-fun event? Check out these two events happening next Wednesday (December 5th)! During lunch we will have a table out in Adams Plaza for students to make Stars and Lanterns for the Festival of Light and Dark. In the evening at the Student Union, there will be a children-centered, family fun Star Party, including a game of flashlight tag! For more information, please contact [email protected] Hope to see you there!!
Hello all! You're invited to the Mills Chapel on December 10th at 5pm to participate in the Festival of Light and Dark! Join the Mills community and Mills College Spiritual & Religious Life as we celebrate this season of sacred rituals and cultural traditions.