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Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the Black Students Union. Funds support services and programs that give a sense of community and help to aid in the welfare of black students on and off campus.
Gifts to support students with emergency personal needs. Examples of these needs are, but not limited to: emergency travel due to a family member illness, medical emergency or death; transportation to or from a hospital or other medical care for students with mobility challenges; airfare home for an international student whose visa expired upon graduation; emergency winter clothing and/or boots, especially for students from warm climates; transportation or miscellaneous other expenses for a student whose parents come to campus to take him or her 'home'; and at year end, TechCash dining for students whose personal funds have been exhausted.
Gifts to establish an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund, with preference to support first generation college students.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support large events that are put on collectively by the groups that represent the African Diaspora.
To provide programs and services in support of Latino and Latina alumni, students, and prospective students of MIT.
Funds for programs and services that help to ensure a safe and supportive campus-wide community where lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, questioning individuals, and their allies are all welcomed as equals.
Gifts to the fund will help provide critical support for programs and activities relative to undergraduate under represented minority groups at MIT.
Established by the Black Alumni/ae of MIT (BAMIT) in 1986, the Fund is named in honor of Dr. Ronald E. McNair '77, the NASA astronaut and MIT alumnus who lost his life in the space shuttle Challenger explosion on January 28, 1986. Dr. McNair's commitment to professional excellence and community service are qualities that the Fund recognizes and rewards in black MIT undergraduates.