A key aspect of our work at OAMI is facilitating multicultural and cross-cultural connections throughout campus and the wider community. Here are just a few ways you can experience a more diverse and inclusive Michigan.
OAMI’s umbrella organization, ODEI leads and supports university-wide initiatives envisioning a diverse campus where all people can thrive and excel
SAMI provides funding for projects or events designed to increase self-development and educate the campus community on multicultural issues
OAMI is a key partner in supporting first-generation college students at the University of Michigan and is home to the First-Generation Student Gateway
Honors and celebrates the progress of black Americans since the 1860s and explores the challenges and ongoing efforts to overcome systemic racism
A Central Campus space with an ongoing legacy of strengthening relationships and generating collective power
Provides support and programming through celebrations, educational offerings, and building social capital through the lens of race and ethnicity
FINDING STUDENT ORGS
Find your interests with Maize Pages
Maize Pages is a great place to find student organizations that align with your passions and interests. You can search by keyword to find events, organizations, and student news that will help you connect to opportunities on campus.
Here’s a blog post from a student with advice on making the most of the platform.