Diversity and Inclusion Center

Clubs & Organizations

The Multicultural Center sponsors, coordinates, and assists ethnic students clubs and organizations in the promotion of cultural, recreational, and educational events. The following is a listing of clubs and organizations:

Black Student Union

Advisor: Lynne Brown
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The BSA is a club that is open to everyone who is interested in African-American culture. This club is dedicated to improving student relations, offering community service and promoting an awareness and appreciation of culture and diversity.

Native American Student Association (NASA)

Advisor: Tina Calamity
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The purpose of the Native American Student Association is to maintain and preserve cultural values and to promote Native American Cultural awareness by providing Southern Utah University and the surrounding community with information concerning events and activities.  The clubs objectives are service, cultural sharing, and activities to promote friendships.

Polynesian Club

Advisor: Toa Tawa
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The SUU Polynesian Club's mission:

  • Unite as friends and as a support system for the success of all Polynesian students.
  • Strengthen and preserve our heritage and culture.
  • Create a learning environment by sharing our heritage and culture with SUU and Cedar City communities.
  • Participate in the larger community through service.

Other Clubs Include:

Korean Club

Advisor: Johnny Oh
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Club Constitution

SUU Korea Club Focus

Build a more complete educational experience by providing uplifting, unifying and culturally-relevant extracurricular activities for students of all nationalities. Be a platform from which Korean students may share their culture, experience leadership roles and create lasting connections on the SUU campus and in the surrounding community.

  • Create leadership opportunities - By fulfilling the responsibilities of a club position, students become more confident and balanced people.
  • Teach Intercultural competency – As Korean and domestic students interact and learn from each other through club activities, they will obtain a better understanding of how to communicate across cultures, and how to see the beauty in our differences.
  • Encourage networking – The Korean Club wants students to be outgoing, reach out to people of all nationalities, and create a network of friends they will hold onto for life.

Pacific Islander Student Association (PISA)

Saudi Club