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Multicultural Student Leaders Advisory Group and Student Organizations

Organizations Currently Represented

  • Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)
  • National Black Law Students Association
  • The Lex Latinx Society (legal field)
  • Minority Association of PreHealth
  • Association of Black Psychologists
  • Black Student Action Association (CAS representation)
  • UNIDO's (CAS representation)
  • Luxembourg Students At Miami (LUAM) (CAS representation)
  • oSTEM@Miami University (CAS representation)

If your student organization is not listed and would like to be considered for the MSLAG, please contact the CAS Academic Diversity Officer (casdiversity@MiamiOH. edu).

CAS Multicultural and Affinity Groups

Graduate Student Pride Association

The Graduate Student Pride Association (GSPA) provides a safe and inclusive space for LGBTQ+ and queer graduate and professional students at Miami University. Safe spaces cultivate community for marginalized groups and are thus vital to LGBT+ and queer graduate students. Furthermore, GSPA will represent and give voice to the concerns of LGBTQ+ and queer graduate and professional students at Miami University. GSPA will work to foster greater participation of LGBTQ+ and queer students in the larger Miami University Community , and will serve as a channel of communication between LGBTQ+ and queer graduate students and other segments of the university, including allies, faculty, administration, and staff. GSPA will help institute and encourage initiatives central to LGBTQ+ and queer graduate student welfare at Miami University, broadly conceived.

Graduate Students of Color Association 

The Graduate Students of Color Association (GSCA) functions to enhance campus life by providing academic, political, social and cultural support to all diverse graduate students at Miami University. The GSCA endorses quality and equity in education for all students and supports academic excellence, as well as safe, enriching spaces that promote political awareness toward issues that affect graduate students of color.

Find Your Passion

Miami University has 600+ student organizations. You are sure to find one tailored to your passion and interest. If not, create one!

The College of Arts and Science

Representing nearly half of all students, the College of Arts and Science (CAS) is Miami University's largest division and the centerpiece of liberal arts — the wide range of subjects in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities crucial for the development of key professional skills desired by employers.