Hard Truths Discussions - Utilizing small group formats, the intergroup dialogue will provide an opportunity for members of the Queens community to increase understanding of commonalities and differences, the impact of these experiences, and explore ways of working together towards greater equality and justice. Sample topics may include, but are not limited to campus safety, separation and self-segregation on campus, sexuality and religion, immigration, affirmative action, and reproductive rights.
Shades of Blue: A Celebration of Cultures - An evening of cultural celebrations where students, faculty and staff showcase talents from their respective cultures.
L.E.A.D. Program - Lead, Educate, Act & Diversfy is a peer mentor program that provides academic, social, and personal support to underrepresented and first generation students. Additionally, mentors and mentees are empowered to maximize their educational experiences through face-to-face interactions and leadership development opportunities.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service - Through participation in community service, teach-ins and celebratory activities, the Queens community and its school partners will have the opportunity to reflect on the legacy of Dr. King and others who have made significant contributions to our global society after a day of hands-on educational activities and a service project.
Cultural and Heritage Celebrations - Throughout the academic year OMA collaborates with Queens' student organizations and other college departments to recognize various cultural and heritage celebrations. These may include, but are not limited to Hispanic Heritage Month, Native American Heritage Month, Islamic Cultural Week, Black History Month, Women's History Month, Asian Pacific-Islander Heritage Month, and GLBT Pride Month.
Collegiate 100 (C-100) - This is a group of male students on the campus of Queens committed to providing mentoring for African American students with the focus on African American male student mentoring. This organization is a collegiate chapter of 100 Black Men of America, Inc.