For an overview, view our brochure: Multicultural Clubs & Orgs Information
BLACK STUDENT UNION (B.S.U)
The Black Student Union aims to increase political, social and cultural awareness of the African American community. Out goal is to promote unity and diversity to revamp and stabilize a presence on campus through a series of events, socials and forums. The mission of the BSU is to be positive and productive representation of the African American community on and off campus. We promote proactive leadership, scholarship, community outreach, and student empowerment. We embrace our cultural heritage, unity, and the appreciation of diversity.
Larrick Potvin – firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Hines – email@example.com
CONCORDIA HMONG UNITY STUDENT ASSOCIATION (C.H.U.S.A)
CHUSA offer students a channel to make meaningful connections with other students and the overall campus. From intramural sports to the annual Hmong Awareness Night. The presence of CHUSA provides educational, cultural, and experimental opportunities for the CSP community and the outside community.
- Welcome Back BBQ Collaboration among other organizations
- Secret War Simulation
- Ua Tsaug (Thank you) Night
- Celebrating Asian Heritage Month
- Hmong Awareness Night
Brenda Vue – firstname.lastname@example.org
CONCORDIA SISTERHOOD OF EMPOWERMENT (C.S.E)
CSE offer students to participate in related initiatives that empower women and to promote self confidence in communication skills. CSE want to empower each individual to become better leaders in the community.
- Sexual Violence Conversations
- Self Defense Sessions
- Celebrating Women’s History Month
- Professional Women’s Panel
Linda Lee – email@example.com
GLOBAL STUDENT CLUB (G.S.C)
GSC is a club for all CSP students who are interested in learning about new cultures, countries, and global topics. GSC provides a place for any enrolled CSP student to share their global experiences, learn from other students about their global experiences, learn about new cultures, and have fun!
Kate Larson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiffanie Loeb Schneider – email@example.com
PEOPLE ENCOURAGING ACCEPTING CONNECTION AND EQUALITY
P.E.A.C.E. is for students who find themselves outside of society’s heteronormative standards, for their allies and friends, and for those who seek greater understanding and desire to foster a climate of mutual respect and open communication. The club provides a safe space on our campus for all.
Matt Ryan – firstname.lastname@example.org
STUDENTS FOR LATINOS/AS (S.O.L)
SOL’s purpose is to increase awareness and appreciation of the U.S. Latino/a, Chicano/a, and Latin American cultural and heritage at Concordia St. Paul. We are committed to fostering relationships within our CSP community and beyond.
Lina Baker – email@example.com
If you are interested in learning more about a specific organization, please contact the staff advisor(s) listed under the organization name.