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Getting Involved

The Center provides a safe space for students to bring their issues, address their concerns, and obtain direction, information, referrals and mentoring. Located in Meyerhoff 108, the Office is home to the Mentoring Network, a personal support program for African American, Latinx, Asian American, International, and LGBTQ students. Center for Identity and Inclusion (CII) Programming Committee 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 Diversity 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 support to foundation students 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. 

We are always looking for more Diversity Mentors! Applications to become a Diversity Mentor in the Center for Identity and Inclusion can be obtained by reaching out to us at diversity@mica.edu. 

2016 - 2017 Diversity Mentor Applications are due by Friday, May 6th. Interviews will be on a rolling basis. 

CII 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.

 The Program Committee - Diversity Programmer position supports the social and educational programmatic aims of the office by assisting in the development, implementation, and evaluation of identity based programs related to issues of diversity, exclusivity and respect. The Diversity Programmer position must demonstrate professionalism, sensitivity towards social identities, cultural competence, and customer service at all times, while also responding effectively to community needs. 

Applications for the Program Committee - Diversity Student Programmer position are a part of MICA's iLead Student Leader applicaiton process. For more information about the iLead process, please reach out to the Student Activities Office. For more information about the CII Program Committee, please reach out to us at diversity@mica.edu.


This page was last updated on 01/30/2018.