Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs

A snapshot of campus events related to social justice and race and ethnicity.

MESA-Palooza!

MESA-Palooza! is an annual event that is part of U-M's Welcome to Michigan program that connects all students, especially first-year students, to resources and student organizations on campus that are related to social justice and race and ethnicity. Students will find their community and get connected to departments and student organizations.

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The MacDonald Community Fellows Program

The MacDonald Community Fellows Program provides a unique three-year fellowship for University of Michigan undergraduate students. MacDonald Fellows receive funding while engaging in community engagement, leadership development, and personal growth. The program was established to promote Scott MacDonald’s commitment to encourage and support students to be agents of positive change by empowering themselves and the communities they engage to reach their full potentials.


First Generation Graduation Ceremony

The First Generation Graduation Ceremony will be on April 24 from 6:30-8:30 in the Rogel Ballroom. Dinner is provided and graduates will receive a cord.


AIESEC

AIESEC, the world's largest youth-led non-profit organization and partnered with the United Nations, is closing its final round for Spring/Summer Opportunities 2018 applications on April 15th, 11:59 pm.  If you are interested in an internship or volunteer experience abroad this summer in countries like Mexico, India, Morocco, China, Peru, and more, please take the first step and fill out our initial application at  aiesecmichigan.com/apply, or contact us at michigan@aiesecus.


Campus Involvement

New students are visiting our campus throughout the summer during orientation. Here are some FREE ways to recruit new members or share information with them throughout the summer!



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