The Alliance for Hispanic Health of MUSC was created to provide a forum for MUSC students, faculty, and staff to collaborate to address the health needs of the Hispanic community including health care services, cultural awareness, student needs and recruitment, and research.
The Alliance for Equality (AFE) is an organization of LGBTQ* students, faculty, staff and straight allies at MUSC. The alliance is designed to provide a sense of community and support for those whose real or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity places them in a historically marginalized group.
The International Student Association welcomes and assists international students as they arrive on campus and plans and promotes opportunities for cultural exchanges among international and American students.
The Multicultural Student Advisory Board (MSAB) is composed of representatives from the minority student organizations in all six of the university’s colleges. MSAB provides opportunities for social activities and strives to improve the recruitment and retention of minority faculty and students.
The Multicultural Student Nurses Association (MSNA) sponsors social activities and educational programs which target students who are licensed registered nurses. Activities and programs are open to all students and faculty.
MUSC Asian Student Association (MASA)
A campus-wide platform for all ethnicities across MUSC's 6 colleges to celebrate the diversity in Asian culture spanning from East Asia to Turkey. Social events with Asian food, volunteer opportunities with refugees and immigrants, seminars with Asian professionals and speakers, and a place to meet someone new!
Muslim Student Association
The purpose of the MSA is to provide an organization for Muslims and non-Muslims interested in working together on promoting inclusiveness in the community. The goals of our organization are to engage in community service, education about Islam and Muslims, build interfaith dialogue, and build a safe and welcoming environment for all students regardless of their faith.
The Student Diversity Leadership Council (SDLC) is an organization within the College of Health Professions at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) with an organization geared towards awareness of diversity related issues while providing service to underserved communities in the Charleston area.
Student National Dental Association (SNDA)
Student National Dental Association (SNDA) was created to encourage and promote minority recruitment/retention, to meet dental health needs of minority and underserved communities, and to create a relationship between the National Dental Association members and the students of this organization.
Student National Medical Association (SNMA)
The MUSC chapter of SNMA is committed to addressing the health care needs of the minority populations in Charleston, SC through actively participating in and sponsoring local health fairs, bone marrow drives, sickle cell testing, and a large number of other community service activities. We are also committed to informing minority students, on both the secondary and college school level, of the many employment opportunities available to them in the health care profession.
Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA)
SNPhA is an educational service association of pharmacy students who are concerned about pharmacy and health care related issues, as well as the poor minority representation in pharmacy and other health-related professionals. The purpose of SNPhA is to plan, organize, coordinate and execute programs geared toward the improvement for the health, educational and social environment of the community.