Men of Color Initiative (MOCI)

MSC 06 3735
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physical Location:
University Advisement & Enrichment Center
Student Success Center Suite 170

Phone: (505) 277-7000

About Us

The Men of Color Initiative (MOCI) is a project of the Division for Equity and Inclusion and the Office of Student Academic Success that focuses on educational success for men of color. MOCI is a community-based research project led by Asian/Pacific Islander, Black, Latino, Native and other men of color students organizing together with campus and community partners to increase access and success for men of color in education. MOCI believes Asian/Pacific Islander, Black, Latino and Native men are stronger together and can increase the low graduation and retention rates of men of color at the University of New Mexico. 

The UNM Men of Color Initiative (MOCI) is a project of the Division for Equity and Inclusion and the Office of Student Academic Success with support from the Office of Student Affairs, Office of the President, African American Student Services, Albuquerque Public Schools, American Indian Student Services, Associated Students of the University of New Mexico, Athletics, Career Services, Center for Academic Program Support, College Enrichment Program, College of Arts & Sciences Advisement, Community Engagement Center, El Centro de la Raza, ENLACE, Enlace Comunitario, Forward Together/Strong Families, Graduate & Professional Student Association, Graduate Resource Center, LGBTQ Resource Center, Los Jardines Institute, Men of Color Alliance, Native Health Initiative, New Mexico Asian Family Center, New Mexico Department of Health, New Mexico Dreamers in Action, New Mexico Forum for Youth in Community, New Mexico Office of African American Affairs, New Mexico Youth Alliance, Pre-College Science & Math, Project for New Mexico Graduates of Color, South Valley Male Involvement Project, Student Academic Success, Student Health and Counseling, Title V STEM Gateway, University Advising Center, Women's Resource Center and Young Women United.