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Programs & Organizations

The Office provides a safe space for students to bring their issues, address their concerns, and obtain direction, information, referrals and mentoring. Located in the Bunting Center, Suite 389, the Office is home to the Mentoring Network, a personal support program for African American and Asian American students, and the Office of Diversity and Intercultural Development (D.I.D.) Programming Committee that plans and coordinates programs that serve the cultural needs of MICA's Community. Throughout the year there are a variety of opportunities including educational and social activities that are planned and tailored to promote improvement of academic success and graduation rates of artists of color.

The Mentoring Network


The Mentoring Network is a personal support program designed especially for incoming freshmen and transfer students. Upperclassmen are assigned as mentors to new students. Student Mentors are returning students that provide nurturing one-on-one attention and advice, serve as a big brother or big sister and share information to help new students succeed at MICA. The relationships established between students in the network help empower them to transform ideas and aspirations into realities.

"Making a Difference" is the network’s motto. A variety of educational workshops and other activities are also planned throughout the year for participants by the Office of Diversity and Intercultural Development (D.I.D.) Programming Committee.

Applications are traditionally due the first week of March. Please check the website or contact the Office for updates and application forms in spring 2012.

D.I.D. Programming Committee

DIDCommitteeThis committee is composed of MICA students committed to developing cultural programming that represents various cultures, ethnicities, genders, races, religions, and ages on campus. The purpose of the Diversity Programming Committee is to plan and coordinate programs that serve the cultural needs of MICA's diverse student body, as well as to provide guidance and assistance for programs sponsored by the Office.

Applications are traditionally due the first week of March. Please check the website or contact the Office for updates and application forms in spring 2012.


Asian Student Alliance (ASA)


The Asian Student Alliance (ASA) offers MICA students the chance to experience Asian culture through visits and explorations of various Baltimore-area Asian communities. The ASA provides information about Asian culture to its members, as well as supporting the Asian Mentoring Network. The club is open to anyone who is interested in Asian culture regardless of their own cultural background.

The Black Student Union (BSU)


The mission of the Black Student Union (BSU) is to improve the quality of campus life for students of color and to provide the best environment to foster the creation of artwork. All MICA students are welcome to join the BSU. Many social and cultural activities are planned annually including visits to culturally unique museums such as the Great Blacks in Wax and the Reginald Lewis Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, and The National Gallery in Washington, D.C. Other activities include Black History Month exhibits. 

Korean Student Association (KSA)

The Korean Student Association (KSA) offers members of the MICA community the chance to learn more about Korean culture and identity. This student-run organization seeks to spread such awareness through educational, cultural, community, and social activities held throughout the year. The KSA also works to promote and support the advancement of Korean students' artwork at MICA and beyond.

MIQAMaryland Institute Queer Alliance (MIQA)

The Maryland Institute Queer Alliance (MIQA) provides a variety of programming, support, education, and social activities for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, straight, and questioning students at MICA. MIQA celebrates queer culture and strives to build community on campus. 

Buddhism in Action

MICA's Buddhism in Action bases the club's vision on the Soka Gakkai International goals of actively promoting peace, culture, and education through personal change and social contribution.


MICArotica is a submissions-based student run publication devoted to the exploration of sex and sexual pleasure, fantasies and eroticism, issues of gender, sexual identities, and queries.

Disciples on Campus

Disciples on Campus is a restoration movement group that is committed to helping men and women cultivate and strenghten their relationship with God.

The German Club

The purpose of the German Club is to promote the language and culture of Germany.

Koinonia Christian Fellowship

A student-led group partnered with InterVarsity ( that exists to provide support for Christians of all denominations on campus as well as an open, welcoming environment for those who are curious to know more about Jesus. The group meets weekly for bible study/devotion and fellowship.

Agape Campus Christian Fellowship

The MICA Agape Christian Fellowship desires to see many students on campus experience the power of God's love and how it has changed their lives. The group is praying for a new generation of student believers who love God and have a passion to love others as Jesus Christ has loved.

Mission in Christian Artists (M.I.C.A.)

M.I.C.A. is comitted to creating an environment for artists to learn about the Christian faith.


Oy! aims to provide social opportunities for Jewish students, while also educating the campus about Jewish customs and culture.