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Crossroads is a retreat for Emory students. This year marks Crossroads’ 8th anniversary. It is sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Programs and Services (OMPS); however, it is organized and run completely by students. The first two retreats, Crossroads 1 and 2, are designed to help first year students adjust to college life. It also focuses on community building and team building. Additionally, there is a retreat during spring semester, Crossroads 3, which is geared towards upperclassmen. Crossroads 3 is a retreat more focused on community building among Emory’s diverse community.

Students may only attend one retreat during their time as Emory students.
Uma Chidambaram Class of 2013

OMPS and the Crossroads program do a tremendous job of encouraging an inclusive and adaptable environment that cultivates the ability to bring out the best in our diverse university and creating a sense of community with people from different backgrounds.