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Hands down, MIT is the best school in the world for a STEM based education. While we have significant financial resources, by far our most coveted resource is our people. We have spectacular faculty members and equally spectacular students.

One of the greatest strengths of our student body is its diversity. At MIT, we are diverse along a number of different lines; Gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, geography, cultures, religions, and many other identities help to make MIT a rich and supportive community for students of a variety of backgrounds. No matter who you are or where you come from, you can make MIT feel like home.

Some of our students choose to maintain affiliations with activities, clubs, and organizations that highlight particular aspects of their identity. Others choose not to affiliate themselves in that particular way. Regardless of which way you choose to craft your educational experience, you have the freedom to define who you are and how you want to experience MIT.

Below are a partial list of the student clubs and organizations in which our students participate. For a more exhaustive list, check out clubs @ MIT.

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Asian American Cultural Affinity Groups

Black Students Cultural Affinity Groups

Latino Students Cultural Affinity Groups

LGBT Affinity Groups

Native American Cultural Affinity Groups

Religious Life @ MIT

Diversity Resources

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If you have more specific questions about diversity at MIT, email [email protected]

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