Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging

Identity-Based Student Organizations

Asian American Student Association (AASA)

AASA is a social and academic community of students who want to gain and/or promote Asian cultures to the community. They hope to develop relationships, support, and leadership skills that will prepare students after their college career.

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Black Student Union (BSU)

We are an identity based organization which focuses on group unity and educating students about African American history and culture. We encourage our members to achieve their goals while providing an insightful and welcoming social environment. Our mission is to create awareness at our university, support African Americans, provide students with effective communication, and guarantee a prosperous social and academic college experience.

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Dancing With Diversity

This group is full of students of different ages and backgrounds who get together to learn a little about some culture and dance to songs from all around the world. We perform at events around campus and the International Bazaar in the spring. We have recently performed a K-Pop medley at Culture Fest here on campus. You will not only gain new friends, but a supporting dance family as well! If you have any questions about this organization, contact any of the leaders.

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Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

The purpose of the UW-River Falls Gender and Sexuality Alliance is to provide a social, emotional, and educational support group for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, pansexual, intersex, ally, asexual and two-spirit population on campus. The Gender and Sexuality Alliance will also act as an educational organization to provide a greater awareness of the issues that concern the members themselves, the university, and the surrounding community.

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Global Programming Society (GPS)

The UW-River Falls Global Programming Society (GPS) (formerly known as the International Student Association) provides an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with people from different cultures. GPS hosts activities and events that promote dialiogue and awareness about world events, cultures, and issues. A GPS helps people make their way to a specific destination - for this student organization, the destination is a more inclusive campus community founded on increased awareness and better understanding of one another and where we come from.

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Indian Student Club

The Indian Club intends to:
1. Spread awareness of Indian culture to UWRF by celebrating festivals like Diwali, Holi and charitable events. Our mission is based on three tenets: culture, community, and camaraderie. 
2. Create a platform for international students to mingle and familiarize with American culture and students. 
3. Work with new Indian students on campus to help them get settled in the initial stages at UWRF and makes them feel at home.

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Korean Student Association (KSA)

We would like to share Korean culture and other countries culture. Everyone can join our group if you are interested in sharing cultures!

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Latinx Student Organization (LSO)

The Latinx Student Organization invites you to join us! We are an organization made of a plethora of Latino cultures. Come have fun in delighting yourself in a rich exposure to authentic Latino traditions and customs.

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Student Feminist Organization (SFO)

Our mission is to: 
1. Educate students on their resources for campus safety and the importance of utilizing those resources, as well as ways to practice personal safety; 
2. Provide awareness and education for all sexes and genders on the issues of rape, consent, safe sex, personal responsibility for one's own actions, and treating others with respect, both body and mind; 
3. Connect and unite students from every end of the gender spectrum in order to provide a safe, strong, respectful and fun community; 
4. Educate people on contemporary gender roles, gender stereotypes, the root causes of gender stereotyping, and the impacts of rigid gender roles; and 
5. Help break down gender roles and work against the impacts of rigid gender roles in students' lives.

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