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Multicultural Alumni Partnership

Founded in 1994, the Multicultural Alumni Partnership (MAP) is dedicated to promoting diversity at the UW and in the UW alumni community.

Under the guidance of founding members Larry Matsuda, ’67, ’73, ’81, and Vivian O. Lee, ’58, ’59, MAP has taken a leadership role in addressing issues of equality and equity through scholarships, mentoring, lectures and reaching out to the University community. MAP is open to everyone; the only qualification is a passion for diversity and social justice.

Register today for the MAP Bridging the Gap Breakfast

MAP’s signature event is the annual MAP Bridging the Gap Breakfast, held annually on Homecoming Saturday. The morning celebration recognizes the recipients of the MAP scholarship and the service of alumni and friends who have made a difference for diversity at the UW.

For more information about diversity issues and programs at the University of Washington, please visit the Office of Minority Affairs Web site.

2017 MAP scholarships

Distinguished alumni and community awards

MAP Board Members and Advisors

Support MAP

Everyone gets a better education in a diverse environment, and social justice is served when every man and woman enjoys equal access to higher education.
Dr. Carol Simmons, ’58, ’59