SPXCE

Social Justice Programming & Cross-Cultural Engagement


Welcome to Intercultural Engagement!

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SPXCE Mission

With a student-centered approach, the Social Justice Programming & Cross Cultural Engagement Intercultural Center (SPXCE, pronounced "space") works to foster a more inclusive, equitable, and affirming MIT campus climate. As a collaborative initiative between the Office of Multicultural Programs, Women and Gender Services and LBGTQ+ Services, the SPXCE provides intersectional social justice education, support, community-building, and leadership development. The SPXCE serves as a place where students can feel at home and exist in their wholeness while exploring all of their identities authentically with compassion and care.

Click here to explore more about the mission, goals, values, and commitments of the Office of Multicultural Programs, Women and Gender Services and LBGTQ+ Services.

SPXCE Matters

This marks the arrival of a long-awaited, much needed, and well-deserved space for the OMP to advise 70+ student clubs in addition to supporting the Black Students' Union and Latino Cultural Center. LBGTQ Services staff will continue to work with LBGTQ communities and offer their signature recurring programs. Both offices offer intersectional training, events support, community, and advocacy for and regarding minoritized students.

Aside from the staff offices for OMP, Women and Gender Services and LBGTQ+ Services, the SPXCE also offers a social lounge, study space, chalk wall, kitchenette, computer lab, all-gender restroom, a projector and screens, moveable white boards, and information on additional campus and local resources.

Visit us in W31-110! To request a workshop or to collaborate on a project with SPXCE, LBGTQ+ Services, Women and Gender Services or the Office of Multicultural Programs please fill out the SPXCE Interest Form. This form is for student support only.

SPXCE reservations - for student events and workshops - are limited. To reserve the physical SPXCE - please fill out this form. Please note - reservations are not garanteed, must be made 2 weeks in advance and must be approved by a SPXCE staff member. Reservations are contingent on (1) the SPXCE being staffed, (2) Tim Tickets must be used for contact tracing purposes, and (3) all COVID/MIT Policies must be adhered to. If you have any questions, email spxce@mit.edu to speak to staff person.