The African Students Association (Friends of Africa) is dedicated to enriching the student body's experience on "all things Africa!" Through social and academic events, the club aims to foster cultural awareness, explore topics on Africa, and highlight its richness and beauty. We strive to engage in outreach and volunteer efforts in a bid to serve and improve our community while promoting cultural exchange. Friends of Africa provides a dynamic resource to students interested in Africa. We welcome all to join!
Dr. Saheed Adejumobis.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Chapter of ALPFA will provide leadership development, volunteer, internship, and scholarship opportunities to talented students. Active involvement in the organization combined with the ability to network on a national level will help students make a successful transition to their careers. The student chapter provides the means that enable professionals to connect with students and serve as advisors to navigate through the business world.
Our clubs purpose to form a community of college students who are passionate about God, loving others and making a positive impact on campus for Jesus and people. Also as a club we want to reform peoples prejudices on Christianity and Jesus and show them how relent he is to us as college students.
The Black Student Union's purpose is to bring together people of all different backgrounds to discuss common issues and also to extend on outward to others and help the community at Seattle University and the general community.
Tiffany Gray email@example.com
The Chinese Student Association at Seattle University is established to help create an awareness of the Chinese culture on campus through various events, as well as creating a fun, safe, and family-like environment for local and international students where they can be comfortable with each other. In addition, we provide multiple opportunities for members where they can enhance and build their leadership skills.
Club De Esperanza is a club with a purpose of learning specifically about the relationship between Mexico and the United States. In order to learn more about this relationship the club will hold meetings that will address topics including, but not limited to, the US-Mexico Border, immigration policies, and what it means to be in solidarity with others from another country. The purpose of this club is to identify the relationship between neighborhing countries and existing issues in hopes of learning how to bring about change.
Fragments seeks to give a platform and opportunity for Seattle U students to creatively express themselves, through original works of art and literature, to an audience they might otherwise not have access to.
The German Club helps give Seattle University students exposure to the German language and culture in German-speaking countries. We hold regular discussion tables and movie nights along with several food and cultural events per quarter. All are welcome to attend as members do not have to be able to speak the language as we celebrate and explore the German culture.
The purpose of our club is to provide the students of Seattle University with an opportunity to gather together for the purpose of perpetuating and preserving the culture of Hawai'i. We also want to work with the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and the OMA Alliance to further the interests of the Hui O Nani Hawai'i Club and the alliance.
Helping new Indian students conform to the university life
The purpose of this organization shall be To bring about greater awareness of Indonesia's culture amongst the student body of Seattle University through various events and activities. To enhance communication between students and promote a cohesive study and work environment. To create a warm and welcoming environment for prospective Indonesian students looking to further their education at Seattle University.
Yosef K. Widjajawidjaja@seattleu.edu
Dale WatanabeInternational Student Centerwatanad@seattleu.edu
A student-led group working for worship, learning, conversation and fellowship amongst people of all religions and spiritual inclinations, including atheist, humanist, agnostic and don’t know.
Our goal is to create and sustain a bond between domestic and international students in a family-like environment while encouraging cultural awareness and world relationships at Seattle University.
Sandra BuiInternational Student Center firstname.lastname@example.org
The Japanese Student Association is a cultural club that any student who wishes may join. The goal of the club is to promote Japanese culture on campus through educative events. We also serve the Japanese community in Seattle by volunteering at the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington (JCCCW).
To learn more about Korea and promote greater awareness of Korea's cultural identity and influence through networking with students, alumni, and community members; to celebrate Korean culture through food, dance, and other activities held throughout the year; and to acknowledge the Korean and Korean-American student body at Seattle University.
James LeeAlbers Visiting Fellowleej@seattleu.edu
The JSU exists to provide a place for Jewish students to meet and connect on the SU campus as well as provide opportunities for the wider community to experience and learn more about Jewish culture and practices through campus wide events and programs.
The purpose of LA CASA shall be to nurture an inclusive community for those interested in Latin American cultures through the engagement of Seattle University's core values.
We are a cultural club seeking to spread awareness of the Marianas' Islands' cultures throughout Seattle University and the greater Seattle Area.
Student organization that works to promote social justic and higher education. MECHLA also works to education and serve the surrounding community through community service, cultural and social events, and educational workshops (i.e. Day of the Dead, Celebracion)
The purpose of this organization shall be the meeting of students who wish to learn more about the Christian faith, through a weekly Bible study, as well as occasional prayer groups. The purpose is to build a sense of community within the Bible study group to encourage students to accept a faith-filled life, and to promote spiritual growth. We are affiliated with a church in Bellevue.
Yelei (Richard) Houhouy@seattleu.edu
Student Athlete Fellowship exists to foster inter-sport community centered on both sport and faith. We desire to provide opportunities for Seattle University student-athletes to be encouraged in fellowship and pursue faith through the platform of sports. We hope to see every student-athlete at Seattle University know and understand they have an environment which they can explore their faith in community with fellow student-athletes and find a place for their needs to be met in such a way that God is glorified.
Taiwanese Student Association is a student-run organization that promotes Taiwanese culture and language in the Seattle University community and the local community at large. SUTSA is dedicated to helping new Taiwanese students fit into the new environment by creating a family-like atmosphere on campus. SUTSA encourages current Taiwanese students or any Seattle University students to engage in various extracurricular activities, and empowers them to work and study in a multicultural and diverse world.
Frank J. Shihfshih@seattleu.edu
The United Filipino Club of Seattle University strives to provide members of the community with an opportunity to further their knowledge of the Filipino culture and traditions. Through our events and activities, we hope to create a sense of family as well as promote community involvement and awareness of our heritage to bring meaning to our identity as Filipino-Americans or as members who wish to share this culture. We also aim to foster the development of leaders that will continuously educate themselves beyond their academic experience to affect the greater community.
Mario Emil Molinamolinam@seattleu.edu
The purpose of the Vietnamese Student Association is to increase social interests and involvement of its club members as a part of the Seattle University student body. The Vietnamese Student Association is an opportunity for the club members to create sense of connection and belonging within the club, as well as to the Associated Students of Seattle University (ASSU). The goal of the Vietnamese student Association is to encourage cross cultural interaction and communication to promote better understanding, higher education, and closer ties among its students. The Vietnamese Student Association will work within the articles and by-laws of the Constitution of the Associated Students of Seattle University to continue with its heritage and at the same time share the richness and beauty of its traditions and customs with those around them.
Sandra BuiInternational Student Centerbuis@seattleu.edu