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Cultivating an appreciation for diverse backgrounds and experiences is a vital part of our mission.
Joining one of these organizations will allow you to celebrate cultural differences while also recognizing similarities among all members of the campus community.
Black Student Union
Help enhance awareness of minority culture and issues in the Susquehanna community.
As a member of the Black Student Union, you'll sponsor university forums, take part in service projects and host events to facilitate discussion about student experiences at Susquehanna.
If you're looking for a solid support system, you'll find it among the members of BSU.
More Diversity Clubs
Asian Cultural Association—Promote awareness, education and student interest in Asian and Asian-American culture.
Association of Latino & American Students (ALAS)—Encourage an understanding of and appreciation for Hispanic culture.
Diversity Council—Provide guidance to multicultural student organizations and events.
Gender and Sexuality Alliance—Conduct educational programs to create awareness for sexual diversity and combat preconceptions concerning the LGBT community.
National Congress of Black Women—Strive to be an social, political and academic leader on campus.
SU International (SUI)—Share cultural experiences that promote understanding of different countries and their customs.
Theresa Palmer Society—Join together women of color to share, discover and celebrate issues related to women, culture and leadership.
WomenSpeak—A safe, egalitarian environment where you may find an outlet for concerns by sponsoring speakers and events relating to women's issues while supporting women artists, athletes and leaders at the university.