Welcome to the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center
The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center has a wealth of resources and opportunities available to students including student advising, organizational development, personal growth, and referrals to different departments and programs.
Kelly ECC Highlights
The UW Food Pantry aims to address student, staff and faculty food insecurity at the University of Washington head on. This is a safe space for UW faculty, staff and students.
Hate Has No Home Here Campaign. Download the Posters!
Kelly ECC is Hiring for Theater Technician Spring Quarter please see our hiring page for more info!
The ECC Awards Gala is an opportunity for our constituents to recognize ECC affiliated student organizations and individuals who are active members of our community, the UW community and the greater Seattle community through activism, leadership, event planning, philanthropy, community service, engagement, and outreach.
EmPOWerment-to-Action: A Call for Rising Super-SHEroes, HEroes & THEYroes!
Chinese lunar new year is the most important transitional festival in China, which begins on the first day in lunar calendar and ends on the 15th day of that month. It is a festival renewing family ties as well as honoring ancestors.
This year, the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, The Center for Communication, Difference & Equity and The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center partnered to produce a suite of events that engaged our larger community in service and activism.
Dia De Los Muertos honors the dead with celebrations, Music, presentations, and fun activities.
The University of Washington is home to many distinguished faculty and staff members. As a students’ best resource, these community members reflect the University of Washington’s core values of innovation, discovery, and diversity inside the classroom and out. Ethnic Cultural Center encourages students to join us for exclusive conversations with some of UW’s distinguished professors of color during our Faculty Spotlights.
Every Wednesday at 6:00 in the Kelly ECC lobby, we are showing films featuring the theme of social justice and diversity issues.