Advocating and promoting students of color since 1970
The Students of Color of Rackham (SCOR) graduate organization is a network for Rackham graduate and professional students at the University of Michigan. SCOR is dedicated to the social, cultural, political, and academic well-being of students of color representing diverse cultures, ethnicities, and international origins. We work to improve the quality of students’ academic, professional, and social lives respectful of differences in culture, ability, religion, gender, and sexual orientation.
As SCOR we,
- Enable political and diversity awareness at the University and within local communities, both nationally and internationally.
- Sponsor cultural, educational, social programs and activities which appeal to graduate students of color.
- Build an environment in which all persons can network and acquire opportunities for leadership and professional development.
- Enhance the campus and community environment to promote academic growth and general well-being among students of color.
Key Areas of Service
Political and Diversity Awareness
Letters from the E-Board
Reflection on the Charles Murray Protest
Letter to U-M College Republicans: CANCEL to Unite Against Hate
Letter of Solidarity to Charlottesville, VA from SCOR, Rackham Student Government (RSG), and Graduate International (GRIN)
Schlissel calls for tax bill that protects student interests
Faculty and Staff Statement Against Racism
Free Speech and Speakers on Campus
Message from President Schlissel: Support to all who cherish peace, tolerance, equality, and unity
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For leadership opportunities with the E-Board, please request an application. We are always looking for new and exceptional talent to lead the organization into uncharted fields of service.