Parent Organization: Center for Multicultural Student Services
On behalf of our organization we would like to welcome you to our site. Please take some time to review our organization history and explore our photos from our endeavors this year!
Food for thought:
“If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. … We need not wait to see what others do.” -Gandhi
promote JMU as a progressive and ethnically diverse university. To
foster a balance between leadership, social and academic development.
Also, to help coordinate
programs that encourage students of color to attend JMU and to increase
the awareness of minority life at JMU. We are a liaison to the Harrisonburg community through our service
projects and we promote diversity and unity with minority organizations and students.
Be sure to like us on Facebook @studentsforminority!
About us: Students for Minority Outreach was founded on the campus of James Madison University in 1989. It started out as co-committee to the Black Student Alliance and has since grown into a remarkable establishment of young, dedicated, and motivated students, who are eager to promote diversity and to recruit minorities in becoming a part of our JMU family. The Executives and Members of SMO also strive to reach out to our own Harrisonburg community, as well as host a variety of events throughout the year.