University Partners

University-wide programs and offices with which we collaborate are listed below. 

William R. Butler Center for Volunteer Service and Leadership Development 

The Mission of the William R. Butler Center for Volunteer Service & Leadership Development is to serve as a catalyst in developing students who cultivate positive social change within their communities as engaged citizens.  Acting as a clearinghouse for all service and leadership endeavors, the Center strives to develop synergistic partnerships within the faculty, campus, local and global community to bring these fundamental concepts to fruition and integrate them further into the campus experience.

Toppel Career Center

The mission of the Toppel Career Center is to help students and alumni develop career skills by providing high quality resources, services, programming and events that will prepare them for a lifetime of career success. 

Otto G. Richter Library

As a dynamic and integral part of the academic scholarly enterprise, the University of Miami Libraries are central to the University’s mission to educate and nurture students, to create knowledge, and to provide service to our community and beyond. The Libraries seek to provide high quality information services, instruction, and resources to our primary clientele: the students, faculty, researchers, and staff of the University of Miami.

Koenigsberg & Nadal Interactive Media Center

The Koenigsberg & Nadal Interactive Media Center, a space for collaborative learning, real-world experiences and a student-run multimedia agency is the centerpiece of the School of Communication, a space that embraces change, and empowers students to thrive in it. 

College of Arts and Sciences Center for the Humanities

The College of Arts and Sciences Center for the Humanities at the University of Miami is dedicated to supporting humanities, arts, and interpretive social science research and teaching, as well as to bringing to the Miami community an awareness of the importance of the humanities for a more informed understanding of our own and other cultures. Through lectures. conferences, seminars, and workshops, scholars will present their work, elicit critical responses, and stimulate public awareness and debate about the humanities. The goal of the Center is to provide mutual understanding among groups and cultures, provide support for research in the humanities, and enrich the intellectual culture of the university and community. 

Center for Urban and Community Design

The CUCD was founded in 1992 in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew with the mission of fostering a collaborative interdisciplinary approach that supports the buttressing, retro-fitting and creation of sustainable communities and buildings. The Center seeks to integrate research, teaching, and service, encouraging interdisciplinary thought and action in the areas of historic preservation, urban design & community engagement, and, sustainable & resilient design in the sub-tropics and tropics.  The Center assists or leads faculty, alumni and students in funded research, publications, and community partnerships, workshops and charrettes.