All clubs and organizations supported by APASA participate in Club Council by meeting every other week to discuss updates, co-plan events, and discuss ways to better impact students' lives at the UA. Meetings are every other Tuesday at 3:30pm in Nugent 205. For details, please contact Allymyr Atrero (email@example.com)
APASA's BOD provides leadership opportunities to students interested in organizing programs for Asian Pacific American students at the UA. Develop leadership skills, network with leaders in the community, plan event like APA Heritage Month and Lotus Laureate, and much more.
- Meetings: Every Tuesday, 7-8pm in Nugent 205
- Contact: Dustin Natte (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Allymyr Atrero (email@example.com)
Asian American Cultural Association
The Asian American Cultural Association (AACA) is a non-profit organization at The University of Arizona dedicated to instilling and maintaining a spirit of community among Asians and Asian Americans. In addition, AACA promotes the various Asian American cultures through numerous events and activities. As the first Asian interest organization on campus, any enrolled student at The University of Arizona is eligible to become an active member.
- Meetings: Every other Monday, 4-5pm in Nugent 205 (See Facebook for details)
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Epic is a student-led campus ministry through CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) geared towards sharing the gospelto Asian American and Polynesian students and faculty on the UA campus.
Filipino American Student Association (FASA)
FASA provides a social and cultural platform open to anyone interested in learning more about Filipino American experience and culture.
- Meetings: Every Thursday, 5-6pm in Nugent 205
- Contact: Facebook page
The Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (HAPI) club is "lei'd" back and chill. Celebrating the cultures of the Pacific through food, fun and friends, the HAPI Club invites everyone to share in the aloha spirit and be part of our 'ohana!
- Meetings: Every other Tuesday, 5:00pm in Nugent 205
- Contact: Facebook page
Pre-Health Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)
Pre-Health APAMSA seeks to promote health for Asian and Pacific Islander communities and individuals, as well as other communities of color, through community action and health education. The diversity of Asian communities in Tucson necessitates elevating awareness of and addressing unmet health needs specific to each community.
- Meetings: Every other Monday, 6:00pm in Nugent 205
- Contact: email@example.com, Facebook page
Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers (SASE)
UA SASE is a student chapter of the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers, a national professional organization that was founded in 2007. SASE aims to prepare our scientists, engineers, and technologists for success in their careers by helping them develop necessary professional skills. We also celebrate diversity on campus by helping preserve and spread awareness of Asian culture.
Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)
VSA is a student-run club dedicated towards promoting diversity and cultural enrichment of the community, as well as preserving Vietnamese traditions and heritage. Performance groups known to present cultural dances at several events include the Golden Lotus and the Lion Dance. The culmination of the club's hard work and dedication toward cultural awareness and preservation is showcased through VSA's Miss Vietnam Southern Arizona pageant held in early April.
Alpha Phi Gamma
National website: www.alphaphigamma.org
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/uaaphig
Alpha Phi Gamma was founded on February 1, 1994 at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Many years later on June 20, 2000, Alpha Phi Gamma was the first Asian American sorority to be established in the state of Arizona. Remaining non-exclusive, its purpose is to bring together women of all backgrounds through the bonds of Sisterhood and friendship. The organization strives for academic excellence, philanthropy, and provides service and awareness of the Asian American culture to surrounding communities. Since its founding, Alpha Phi Gamma has expanded to many other schools, resulting in 9 chapters and 2 colonies across the nation. As the organization upholds its bonds amongst all members, Alpha Phi Gamma will continue to expand and provide service, good, and prosperity for the betterment of society.