Student Diversity News - 2010

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  • Laureates and Leaders Induction Ceremony

     

    What does it mean to be the Office of Minority Education (OME) at MIT?

    OME is a student-centric office that promotes academic excellence, personal growth, and professional development among undergraduate students from underrepresented minority groups. OME:

    • Provides a culturally focused office on the MIT campus where all students feel welcomed.
    • Formally and informally fosters a sense of community among students, faculty and staff.
    • Offers programs that empower students to thrive academically.
    • Encourages strong mentoring relationships with faculty and staff that provide both personal and academic guidance.
    • Creates opportunities for professional development and networking.
    • Advises students on all aspects of their MIT experience and refers students to appropriate offices within the Institute.