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Cultural Clubs and Organizations

Cultural Clubs and Organizations

"Little Africa"

Mission Statement - Increase cultural diversity through the promotion of African Culture. - Educate our members and the broader Messiah Community through informed discourse about Africa. -Provide educational and social support for African students at Messiah.

For more information, please contact africansu@messiah.edu.

Asian Student Association strives to convey to the greater Messiah University community what it is like to live in America as an Asian, Asian-American (citizens of America), Asian-American (multi-ethnic background) and adopted Asians. In addition, Asian Student Association is a safe place where students can come for discussions, a place that represents and stands for racial minorities and a place where proper representation of Asian groups are ensured.

For more information, please contact asa@messiah.edu

Black Student Union is a club that strives to create a safe space for its black population on campus, while also opening up the space for others to engage with and learn about black culture. We are a club that is making an effort to speak up for our community.

For more information, please contact blackstudentunion@messiah.edu.

The Caribbean Student Association seeks to provide a safe space for Caribbean students, students of Caribbean decent, as well as education to those interested in learning more about the Caribbean culture. We plan to facilitate this goal through meetings and exciting events throughout the year to foster a community that becomes appreciative of the West Indian Community. We hope that through Christ, members can become more than an association, but a family in a positive, fresh, environment.

For more information, please contact csa@messiah.edu.

ISA/MuKappa exists to welcome and support international, missionary and third culture kids. Through fostering relationships and educating the greater student body, we hope to aid in the development of international/MK/TCK students at Messiah University.

For more information, please contact isamukappa@messiah.edu.

La Alianza Latina (LAL) initiates conversations about issues affecting the Latino/Hispanic community. Collaborating with different groups and making connections points. Being a community and a place for all the Hispanic/Latino students on campus. Getting the majority to care, not just about LAL but also all the other Multicultural clubs Creating friendship and connections to other students, professors, administration, etc.

For more information, please contact laalianzalatina@messiah.edu.

Student organizations whose missions are tied to the work of Multicultural Programs (MP) through their focus on racial, ethnic, and cultural celebration and reconciliation gather together to form a common Multicultural Council under the support and advisement of both MP and Student Government Association.

"It is the mission of the Messiah University 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 University 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, please contact multiculturalcouncil@messiah.edu.