OML coordinates a series of senior recognition ceremonies to celebrate the accomplishments of graduating students of color and LGBTQ students. Graduating seniors are invited to participate in these unique celebrations with their families and friends. If you are a graduating senior interested in participating in OML's Senior Ceremonies, or a faculty/staff who would like to be in attendance - please RSVP here. *All alumni who would like to be in attendance please reach out to the Alumni Office for more information.
Nominate a graduating senior for the OML Senior Leadership Award!
During the ceremony OML recognizes a graduating senior for their leadership contributions to the community. To nominate an outstanding graduating senior for OML's Senior Leadership Recognition, click here.
Racial/Ethnic Senior Recognition Ceremonies
- Black/African American
- Middle Eastern and North African
- Native American
- Pan Asian
LGBTQ Senior Ceremonies
- Lavender Senior Ceremony
*OML is aware of the many students that identify as multi-ethnic and/or multi-racial. Please note that graduating seniors are encouraged to register for multiple senior ceremony in which they identify. Please check out these FAQs for more information.
Multicultural Welcome Reception
Join us for our kick-off event of the year! All are invited to come and eat good food, make new friends, connect with staff and faculty, learn about OML programs, enjoy live performances, and participate in a Resource Fair with MCC and other student organizations. Students, staff and faculty RSVP here.
***Alumni, we are excited to have you be a part of the 18th Annual Multicultural Welcome Reception. This year's event will take place on Tuesday October 3, 2017 from 6:00-7:00pm in the Locatelli Activity Center. Doors will open at 5:30pm. RSVP here. We look forward to your involvement!***
OML collaborates with various student organizations and departments across campus to host a series of events to celebrate Chicanx Latinx Heritage Month (October), Native American Heritage Month (November), Black History Month (February), and Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month (May).
MLK Legacy Celebration
On January 16th, the nation will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Created to acknowledge the contribution that Dr. King’s legacy has left on the U.S. and the world at large, this year will mark the 31st celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. More details to come for 2018!