Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance."
—Verna Myers, Baltimore Inclusion Strategist
MICA's Center for Identity and Inclusion bases its philosophy on inclusion and fostering recognition and respect for the voices of all students.
What We Provide
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, our 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 the improvement of academic success and graduation rates of artists of color.
Take a moment to browse our resources and the information about programming hosted by our various committees and student organizations. And if at any time you have questions about how to gain access to support or how to get involved, reach out via the contact information below.