The Student Development and Activities office hosts a variety of diversity and inclusivity programs throughout the academic year. With speakers, workshops, social, and cultural events, students have ample opportunity to immerse themselves in the college’s rich array of activities. The programs offer enhanced student learning and help students develop their sensitivity as citizens of a global society.
We continue to celebrate annual events like the programs listed below. In addition to heritage programming, the office of Student Development and Activities sponsors events related to current experiences. If you have a programming suggestion please email email@example.com. Check out the calendar, Facebook, and the ‘What’s Happening at MMC’ tab for more events.
Latin/Latinx Heritage Month. From September 15 to October 15, Marymount Manhattan College recognizes the contributions of Latin/Latinx Americans to the United States. The x at the end of the word Latin is used in lieu of the ‘o’ to offer a gender inclusive option of Latina or Latino.
Asian American Heritage Month. During the month of May, MMC recognizes the contributions of Asian-Americans to the United States.
Black History Month. During the month of February, MMC recognizes the contributions Black/African-Americans to the United States.
V-Day. V-Day is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. Marymount Manhattan College recognizes V-Day during the month of February by producing the Vagina Monologues and donating any proceeds to a local charity that helps women and children.
Pride Month. During the month of May, MMC recognizes the contributions of the LGBTQ community to the United States. Typically Pride Month is held in June; however, because MMC is not in session during June, we celebrate Pride Month in May.
Native American Heritage Month. During the month of November, MMC recognizes the contributions Native-American/Indigenous Peoples have made to the United States.
Trans Day of Remembrance. On November 20th, MMC recognizes the lives that have been taken due to violence and hatred. Trans Day of Remembrance is a day in which we raise up the spirits and lives of the people murdered for being who they were.
Women’s History Month. During the month of March, Marymount Manhattan College recognizes the contributions women have made to the United States.
Eid al-adha. A Muslim festival marking the culmination of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and commemorating the sacrifice of Abraham.
Holocaust Victims Memorial Day. A day to remember people who lost their lives in the Holocaust.
Click here to read the College’s Inclusivity Statement.