Signature Events and Campus Activities
Build community and participate in campus events — both in person and online.
The Center for Multicultural Engagement and Inclusion (CMEI) supports students’ sense of belonging in college and affirms their identities by building community through participation in student organizations (currently over 85 options), First-Generation Initiatives, Met Media, fraternities and sororities (currently ten), racial equity and leadership programs, student travel and professional development funding, student gathering spaces, and campus events.
The CMEI values student development, which we view as a commitment to helping students learn, grow, and develop academically, socially, emotionally, and professionally.
The CMEI values engagement, which we view as creating an environment where the collective community wants to collaborate, participate, and learn with curiosity, interest, open-mindedness, and passion.
The CMEI values equity, which we view as recognizing that everyone is different, has different circumstances, and has different needs. As a result, we believe in allocating the resources and opportunities necessary to ensure that everyone is able to achieve equal goals and outcomes.
The CMEI values community, which we view as synonymous with the elements that McMillian and Chavis identify, including the feeling of belonging, mattering, integration and fulfillment of needs, and a shared emotional connection.
The CMEI values justice, which we view as collectively acting and striving to be reasonable, proper, righteous, and fair.
The CMEI values experiential learning, which we view as the opportunity to act as a catalyst for learning through experience and through reflection of those experiences.
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