Who is OME

OME Student Advisory Council (OMESAC)

In promoting the goal to facilitate student excellence at MIT and beyond, OME strives to develop leaders who will assume greater participation and influence among peers who take part in minority-student groups, in living groups, and with campus-wide responsibilities.

The OME Student Advisory Council (OMESAC) is comprised of student leaders from several MIT cultural and professional student groups. Each month, during the academic year, the OME staff meets with the council to develop an on-going dialogue about current and future OME programs and services. OMESAC members also help the OME keep abreast of student needs as well as any other relevant issues within the larger MIT community. If your group would like to be considered for OMESAC membership for the academic year 2017-2018, please click here

AISES
Association of Puerto Rican Students
Black Women's Alliance
Caribbean Club
Chocolate City
Connect Cuba
La Union Chicana por Aztlan
Latino Cultural Center
Latinos in Science and Engineering (MAES)
MIT Gospel Choir
MIT MAPS
MIT Minority Business Association
Mujeres Latinas
National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
National Society of Black Engineers
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Spanish House
The MIT Black Students' Union