Toppel encourages students of color at the University of Miami to enhance their professional development through engagement with diverse student organizations and campus resources dedicated to promoting the unique perspectives of students from diverse backgrounds.
Knowing what makes you unique is important in today’s job market. Your culture and experiences play a huge part in who you are and the lens you see the world through. Today, employers are placing a stronger emphasis on recruiting students from diverse backgrounds and place a high value on their unique perspectives. As part of the University of Miami community, the Multicultural Student Affairs Office is a great resource providing weekly programs and activities. If you are looking to join a student group and get more involved on campus, then consider joining one of the many groups available to you at UM.
The purpose of Alliance of Latin American Students is to unite both Latin American students and students interested in learning about Latin American cultures, to promote awareness of and share Latin American Culture, and to represent all Latin American countries on campus.
Brothers Overcoming Negativity and Destruction (B.O.N.D.) is an organization that strives to assist and promote multicultural males as role models in the community and set a new standard for the urban male in today’s society.
The Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC) is dedicated to keeping the Cuban culture alive and present in the UM community. FEC strives to foster leadership and school spirit while creating a social and service-oriented network at the University of Miami for Cuban and non-Cubans alike.
FSA aims to promote unity, culture, and heritage of the Philippines and Filipino-Americans through ethnic dance, food, guest speakers, and cultural events; promote the welfare of our members; provide a positive social atmosphere for all members; and encourage participation in the University of Miami and Miami communities.
The Organization for Jamaican Unity was founded in 1980 at the University of Miami as a student organization that would bring awareness of the Jamaican culture and ways of life to the University and surrounding communities.
MGC is the governing body and umbrella organization for multicultural fraternities and sororities at the university of Miami. The council is composed 2 fraternities and 2 sororities.
UBS is a family here at the University of Miami, connecting students of all cultures since 1967.
The members of Yellow Rose Society recognize a need for cohesion amongst women at the University of Miami. By focusing on peer education, community outreach, academic achievement, and leadership, our organization intends to bring about this unity through the efforts of our members and the entire student population.