At Smith, you will be living in a diverse community in which people of many faiths and beliefs pursue their common quest for meaning. There are student organizations devoted to exploring and sharing your cultural heritage as well as your academic and social interests.
Many women join groups for mutual support and ongoing dialogue about their cultural heritage. These groups include:
Unity, the umbrella organization for the student-run cultural groups, also serves as a support network for students. Unity organizations host an assortment of cross-cultural activities at Unity House and Mwangi Cultural Center. Recent events have included a Celebration of Unity, Fire and Spice, Café Afrique and SC Karaoke. At Unity House, the Mwangi Center, and the Resource Center for Sexuality and Gender, you and your friends can study and relax.
Many students participate in clubs such as the National Society of Black Engineers, the Chinese Inter-Regional Student Cultural Organization, Prism (for queer students of color), the Smith Association of Class Activists, the Luso-Brazilian Club and the Vietnamese Students Association. You will also have the opportunity to meet your peers at luncheons for students of color, hosted by the Office of Admission.