This page is a resource point for those interested in Intercultural Leadership & Church Relations at Taylor University
Intercultural Leadership & Church Relations (ILCR)
ILCR functions as part of the infrastructure of Taylor University focused on living out these pillars pictured in our seal:
Build on strengths of the individuals and the organization
Celebrate and engage in intercultural & church relations efforts
Recognize the struggles experienced by others
Provide amazing hospitality as we care for each other
Vice President for Intercultural Leadership and Church Relations
Rev. Gregory Dyson
Understanding that God is a diverse Creator and created people in His image can allow us to enjoy diversity the way he does.
Diversity resources I've found helpful:
By the numbers
Intercultural Leadership and Church Relations at Taylor University
What makes Taylor Special?
Total Ethnic Minority Population at Taylor:
Breakdown of minority population:
Where are we from at Taylor University?
One community from many places.
Some examples of where we are coming from:
Total Student Body
Rev. Gregory Dyson
Director of Church Relations
Experience Christ on our Campus
Thinking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Don't forget a little fun Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered for a moment of childish fun.
Hearing the Heart of our Leadership
Maribel Magallanes, Director of Student Leadership & Cultural Programs shares her passion.
The Office of Intercultural Programs (OIP)
The Office of Intercultural Programs (OIP) exists as part of the Intercultural Leadership & Church Relations Division to meet the specific needs of American ethnic students, international students, missionary kids (MKs), and third-culture kids (TCKs) at Taylor University. The mission of OIP is to cultivate a safe and welcoming environment that provides educational and experiential opportunities for all students, staff, and faculty. Our programs promote racial reconciliation, global engagement, and highlight the beauty of God’s creation in every person.