Adele H. Stamp Student Union - Center for Campus Life

About MICA

CLICK ON THE IMAGES AND MEET SOME MICA STAFF!
                   
 
PROGRAMS:
Brown Bag Series  |    MOSAIC   |   COSI   |    TOTUS
 
*Program Plannining Support *Organizational Consulting *Personal Advising *Student Organization Advising
 
OPPORTUNITIES
Lounge Study Space* (currently virtual due to COVID-19) 
Heritage Month Planning Committee (contact specific MICA Staff based on area of interest)
 
 
 
MICA Office Philosophy

We support ALL STUDENTS at the University of Maryland through our work which focuses on:

  • providing opportunities and spaces for all students that affirm identities
  • building inclusive communities among diverse members
  • creating social change - locally, nationally and globally.   .

We encourage students to participate in both culturally specific and cross-cultural involvement and leadership experiences.  We do not do this work alone - through our values of collaboration, personal commitment, authenticity, and inclusion, we serve our campus in its goals to achieve equity and social justice.

 

Background - In August 2006, Multicultural Involvement and Community Advocacy (MICA) became a stand-alone office in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union - Center for Campus Life. New resources and positions were created, which continue to support and advocate for many of our campus' historically marginalized communities, (listed below) as well as reflect movement towards a new and continuing vision that incorporates these important aspects.

 

Asian American & Pacific Islanders (AAPI)         Black 

          

Latina/o/x                                                                          Native American/Indigenous

                  

Multiracial                                                            Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) 

     

Faith-Based Communities

Our resources and programs are continuously developing to meet student and community needs as well as to address and respond to contemporary society. An example of MICA programming is the SING DIVERSITY WORKSHOP held in August of 2017 as one part of the department's annual student employee orientation and training event.