Student Organizations and Resources
The MRC encourages student efforts to organize events, programs, and peer support networks that contribute to the development of an inclusive community. The MRC Alliance supports the sustainability of student organizations by coordinating communication between groups, connecting groups with informal faculty and staff advisors, and organizing periodic get togethers for group leaders to collaborate and share resources.
Active student groups who are part of the MRC Alliance include:
- Black and African Student Union
- Latinx Student Union
- Low SES/First Gen Students
- Students of Color
- Trans & Gender Non-Conforming Peer Group
- Asian and Pacific Islander Student Union
- Queer Alliance
- Feminist Student Union
- Bulding Connections: women of color
- Students with Learning Differences/Disabilities
- Women for Women
Diversity and Inclusion Programming Assistance
In addition to helping with funding and support for specific events, programs, and peer support networks, MRC staff also can provide advice for how to make your organization's meetings more welcoming and inclusive, how to manage conflict, and how to connect with off-campus organizations and resources.
Individual students and student organizations interested in requesting funding assistance from the MRC (regardless of whether your group is currently connected to the MRC Alliance) should e-mail a brief proposal that includes budget, program details, and information about other funding sources to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Resources for Students
Students may find the following resources useful as you navigate Reed. If you have questions about any of these resources or have recommendations for other information that you think would be useful to include here, please contact any of the MRC staff or email email@example.com.