Cultural Clubs and Organizations
African Student Union (ASU)
This organization was established in order to emphasize the African community in Messiah: one part of Messiah's ever growing diversity. We intend for it to foster unity between fellow Africans on campus (and off campus) as well as with other students on campus. For those who hold leadership positions in the organization, it becomes a chance to fine-tune their leadership skills, as well as giving them the chance to share their visions for Africa's future.
For more information, contact Kafui Dzaka.
Asian Student Association (ASA)
The Asian Student Association seeks to teach the college community, and specifically those who relate to being Asian/Asian American, the foundations of the Bible within a culturally-sensitive context.
For more information, contact James Tablazon.
Black Student Union (BSU)
This organization provides a venue for all interested students to learn about the realities affecting people in the black community both on campus and beyond.
For more information, contact Djola McGowan.
ISA/MuKappa (International Student Association/Missionary Kids)
ISA/MuKappa aids international students and missionary kids in making cultural adjustments, and provides an on-going network of encouragement, fellowship, and understanding among its members. ISA/MuKappa also works at bring world awareness to the college community and to the community outside of Messiah College.
For more information, contact Jodie Howard.
It is the mission of the Messiah College Multicultural Council to serve the entire student body through our efforts to improve campus life for all ethnic minority students. We seek to bring unification amongst our organizations and knowledge of our cultures to the Messiah College Community. In all things we will uplift Jesus as the head of our council and the Body of Christ. We pursue love. We embrace unity. We uphold the value of our understanding and our differences.
For more information, contact Susannah Goodman.
La Alianza Latina (LAL)
LAL explores the richness of Latino culture, offers a community for Hispanics/Latinos and those interested in Latino culture, serves the Latin community, and furthers interest in Latino culture through education, language, dance, service, and the Christian faith.
For more information, contact Leslie Giboyeaux.