• Expediting Access to Standard Education (EASE)

      EASE is a student group primary aim of making basic education more accessible to underprivileged children in Africa that would otherwise be denied basic education due to poverty.

    • MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI)

      MISTI is MIT’s pioneering international education program. Rooted in the Mens et Manus tradition, MISTI matches MIT students with tailored internship, research and teaching opportunities abroad. They also facilitate international faculty collaborations and develop partnerships with leading companies, research institutes and universities around the world.

    • MIT-Africa

      MIT-Africa is an initiative that seeks mutually beneficial engagement in research, education and innovation, contributing to economic and intellectual trajectories of African countries, while advancing MIT scholarship and research.

    • Office of Multicultural Programs (OMP)

      The OMP seeks to foster an inclusive and affirming campus climate.

    • Office of Minority Education (OME)

      OME's mission is to promote academic excellence, build strong communities, and develop professional mindsets among students of underrepresented minority groups, with the ultimate goal of developing leaders in the academy, industry, and society.

    • African Learning Circle (ALC)

      MIT Africa Learning Circle (ALC) is the academic and innovation branch of the MIT African Students Association to strengthen the spirit and culture of innovation, principled entrepreneurship and vigorous study of the African continent's past, present and future.

    • Sakata Afrique

      Sakata Afrique is MIT's african dance group. It brings members of the community together through African and Afro-Carribean dances to share the African heritage.

    • International Students’ Office (ISO)

      The ISO serves and welcomes all international students at MIT.

    • Black Students Union (BSU)

      The BSU provides support for all students and promotes social interaction between students, faculty and alumni in the black community at MIT. It is also an umbrella group for all black students group on campus, including the MIT African Students Association.