Contact MICA

1120 Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742



Campus Involvement:

Multiracial and Biracial Student Association (MBSA)

MBSA is currently inactive- however you could be the one to bring it back! MBSA has been dedicated to providing a community for multiracial individuals to share personal experiences, embrace their different backgrounds, and spread awareness of mixed raced issues. Two of their signature events are the Diversity Feast and Film, and Multiracial Heritage Month. These have become two of the biggest student events on campus and both have served as bridges to learn more about issues of race, ethnicity, and diversity. If you are interested in restarting MBSA please contact Ashley Venneman, Manager, Student Organization Development 301-314-7168.

Campus Cultural Groups

There are over 80 culturally based student organizations on campus. Students seeking to learn more about aspects of their own identity or that of others are encouraged to participate in or attend the programs and activities of any of these groups. To learn more about these groups please visit and click on Browse Student Organizations. 


HESI 418K Leadership and Intersecting Identities: Stories of the MULTI racial/ethnic/cultural Experience

Credits: 3   Day/Time: Fall/Spring 2015/2016 T/Th 3:30-4:45PM

Questions? Contact Naliyah Kaya

AAST498Y Advanced Topics in Asian American Studies; The Multiracial Experience in the US

Credits: 3 Questions? Contact Lawrence Minh Davis 


Cross-Cultural Organizational Retreat

CCOR Retreats are aimed at the development of executive board members of cultural organizations. Through guided discussion and workshops, participants will connect their missions to action steps, and engage with students in multiple cultural groups on campus.   Contact Naliyah Kaya, Coordinator for Multicultural Student Involvement & Community Advocacy for more information. 

MOSAIC Retreat Sponsored by the Multicultural Involvement and Community Advocacy Office, the Mosaic Retreat is a two day off campus retreat where students are given the opportunity to explore issues of their own identity and diversity. For more about the Mosaic Retreat please contact Yvette Lerma @


Critical Mixed Race Studies 

Mixed Remixed Festival 

National Conference on Race & Ethnicity