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 develop and promote unity—both among minority students and among the campus community in general.
Our Black Student Union (BSU) aims to help students grow and the develop through a series of culturally, socially and academically focused discussions and programs throughout the semester.
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.
Black Student Union (BSU)—Reflects the social and political views, expands the education interests, and enhances the particular cultural values of its members, working to educate students about the value of diversity.
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 a social, political and academic leader on campus.
SU Natives and Allies—Cultivating an awareness of cultural, spiritual, racial diversity and awareness of indigenous activism on campus.
Phi Beta Sigma—The Gamma Beta Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. values and promotes brotherhood, scholarship and service.
Sigma Gamma Rho—The Rho Theta chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
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.