The OMSLD is one of a variety of Indiana University efforts to provide the highest quality programming with the goal of creating a stronger and more diverse campus community, to better prepare students for life and work in a diverse and global society, and to support a common future founded in enhanced achievement and success for all.
Further, OMSLD programming takes what's called a 'developmental' approach, which in everyday language means that we're working to create services and outreach programs that support students as they grow, learn, and mature through their living and learning experience at Indiana University.
Additionally, OMSLD outreach efforts are comprehensive in that we are working to serve and support undergraduate students, with an emphasis on those from under-served and/or under-represented populations, from their first day on campus until the day they walk across the stage to receive their diploma.
The following four programs implement these ideas through a developmental and comprehensive approach that bring students, faculty, and staff together in initiatives that support personal, social, cultural, academic, leadership, and professional growth.
Office of Mentoring Services and Leadership Development
A unit of the Office for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs
Eigenmann Hall South Room 619
Bloomington, Indiana 47406-7511, Tell: 812.855.3540, Fax: 812. 812-856-0445
Last updated: February 5, 2011 | Comments: firstname.lastname@example.org