For over 20 years, the primary purposes of the Johns Hopkins University Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) has been to support the holistic development of multicultural students through individual and/or program support; to educate the broader Johns Hopkins University community regarding issues of diversity via campus wide celebrations and programs; support the transition of underrepresented minority freshmen participating in a summer bridge and/or mentoring programs; and to promote leadership of multicultural student leaders via leadership training and advising multicultural student organizations.
Student Organization Residents
The Multicultural Affairs Student Center houses 16 multicultural organizations that utilize the center for events, organizational meetings, and educational resources. Each residential group has designated office space to conduct business or produce important programming collaborations. Learn more about our student organization residents.
Center Room Reservations
Complete the room reservation` form to reserve the Center Room. OMA staff will review your reservation and get back to you within three business days.