Office of Minority Student and Mentoring Programs
The Office of Minority Student and Mentoring Programs plans, promotes, and implements programs designed to address issues and concerns of multi-culturalism. It provides a comfortable environment for students of color by assisting them with academic and personal concerns, through programs, workshops and individual sessions.
The Office of Minority Student and Mentoring Programs is committed to retention by providing educational and cultural programs to address this area. The office also provides faculty and staff with information and activities related to diversity issues. Its goal is to empower students to take pride in themselves, their heritage and to achieve academic excellence.
The mission of the Office of Minority Student and Mentoring Programs is to support students to achieve academic excellence and to meet the college's goals and objectives of providing a socially and culturally diverse environment.
Location and Contact
Student Services Center, L-108
P.O. Box 1046, MS #7
Manchester, CT 06045-1046
Contacts and Hours
Brother-2-Brother Program Coordinator
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Sister-2-Sister Program Coordinator
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
The office exists to provide educational and cultural programs and services that will increase the College's effort toward student access, retention and graduation. The office is responsible for planning, promoting and implementing academic, social and cultural programs and services to meet the needs of MCC students. These programs and services are designed to address issues of multiculturalism and diversity. The office provides a supportive environment for students of color and under-representation by assisting them with academic and social support through programs, workshops, referrals and direct services. The office also provides faculty and staff with information and activities related to issues of diversity.
Students are encouraged to participate in program development and implementation, and they are highly encouraged to participate in the variety of activities and services that the office provides in order to produce a more socially and culturally diverse learning environment.
For additional information, contact: Bryce Jones