As you interact dialectically in the classroom and in social life, OMA will engage you in critical intellectual inquiry on issues of commonality and difference to help you meet the career and socie
The OMA advises over 40 cultural and identity based student organizations that are recognized by the Activities Board at Columbia (ABC) or the
There are a number of resources available at Columbia that may interest students of color.
There are numerous opportunities to get involved in the programs and services of OMA. Additionally, OMA advises over 40 cultural and identity based student organizations.
There are a number of opportunities available to Columbia University alumni.
Find out how you can be an ally by participating in the Allies Series with
The following are a sample of the many affiliated services and offices that OMA works with on a regular basis. We encourage you to look into their services and get involved.
The Intercultural House (ICH) is the residential component of the IRC.
ICH residents created Freedom School to provide an environment for students to critically engage material and texts not explored in traditional classroom settings. This informal discussion gr