There are six student organizations affiliated with Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence:
MEC strives to promote student leadership and success through fostering a passion for diversity in our community by offering a variety of cultural experiences and serving as a platform and voice for multicultural issues. For more information, contact Abbas Yaghmaian, adviser, at (920) 424-3081 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the Inter-Tribal Student Organization is to cultivate and educate the UW Oshkosh campus and surrounding communities about Indigenous cultures. The organization seeks to accomplish this by providing social, cultural and educational programs and events. For more information, contact Chris Annis, adviser, at (920) 424-0229 or email@example.com.
The ASA promotes cultural awareness within a social and academic environment through a network of diverse Asian connections. The ASA organization is open to everyone interested in learning more about Asian cultures and traditions. For more information, contact Mai Khou Xiong, adviser, at (920) 424-3081 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the Black Student Union is to create a positive African American voice on campus and in the community. The BSU focuses on the educational advancement of all students, while encouraging cultural awareness, leadership development and building a strong alliance with organizations and resources on campus. The BSU addresses the advancement of students through cultural, educational and civic activities. For more information, contact Byron Adams, adviser, at (920) 424-3081 or email@example.com.
The SOL serves to promote student leadership and involvement by planning social and cultural events to educate the community about the Latino/Hispanic cultures. For more information, contact Flora Stapel, adviser, at (920) 424-0864 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hmong Student Union (HSU)
The Hmong Student Union promotes the cultural, social and educational interests of all UW Oshkosh students and serves as the elected voice of Hmong students on campus and within the Oshkosh and surrounding communities. For more information, contact Mai Khou Xiong, adviser, at (920) 424-3081 or email@example.com.
The Sisterhood Organization is dedicated to empowering young women of color at the University to improve their personal and professional growth and development by helping them with self-esteem, self-determination, motivation and confidence-building. The organization focuses on the educational advancement of students and encourages leadership development and understanding of interpersonal relationships. For more information, contact Irma Burgos, adviser, at (920) 424-3081 or firstname.lastname@example.org.