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Clubs and Organizations

The following cultural clubs and organizations receive additional support to that provided by the Office of Student Life for the purpose of engaging and encouraging full participation by the university community. All cultural clubs and organizations have the responsibility to meet all Office of Student Life policies and regulations regarding club administration and recognition. The Center for Multicultural Services is structured to provide additional support in the areas of: advising, mentoring, training, school processes, and collaborative programming.

Additional supports

  • Club support (program and marketing advisement)
  • Copying (limited)
  • Computer usage (limited)
  • Work/planning space (limited)
  • Club operations (money transfers, contractual , room reservations)

Additional supports are offered through the Center for Multicultural Services to the following student clubs and their programming initiatives. Please note: interfaith, spirituality, worldview based clubs are primarily supported by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life; ISO by Office of International Student Engagement; first generation club by the Office of First Generation and Peer Mentoring Programs; SACNAS through the biology department.

  • Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Brothers’ Forum
  • First Generation Club
  • International Student Organization (ISO)
  • Kanaka Hui Ohana
  • Latino Student Forum (LSF)
  • Multicultural Club Council (MCC)
  • Muslim Student Association (MSA)
  • Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
  • Shades of Essence
  • Umoja Club

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