Multicultural student organizations offer the chance for social interaction and enhancement of leadership skills, and each organization promotes cultural consciousness while offering peer support. Membership is open to all UW-Eau Claire students interested in multiculturalism and diversity. AMSLC is the annual American Multicultural Student Leadership Conference where nearly 500 multicultural students gather from all UW System campuses. In addition, students may attend a variety of other regional conferences that educate and empower.
African Student Association
An Organization based at the University Of Wisconsin-Eau Claire whose main goal is to promote education pertaining African culture, traditions, history and current events.
See the organization's Facebook page.
Black Student Alliance
Black Student Alliance is open to ALL UW-Eau Claire students, regardless of race or ethnicity. We meet on campus every other week to discuss upcoming events, fundraising opportunities, as well as improving our campus environment. We strive to provide students of color with the necessary resources to help enrich their overall experience here in Eau Claire.
BSA welcomes all members from ALL backgrounds. Our goal is to not only create a welcoming environment for all students, but to also improve the overall experience for African American students at the University. With these two goals, we hope to expand our presence here at this university so that all students can benefit from being a part of a more diverse college experience.
Hmong Student Association
The goal of the Hmong Student Association (HSA) is to help it's members thrive academically as well as encourage more engagement in the Hmong culture. Along side those goals, the Hmong Student Association works to enhance leadership skills of its members as well as promote awareness of the Hmong culture within the organization, on campus, and the community.
The HSA is much more than an organization, it is a family built to support Hmong individuals, and those who are willing to learn about the Hmong culture, as well as push each other to thrive in life.
HSA meetings take place every other Thursday from 6:30- 8:30 pm in Centennial 1204
- Email: email@example.com
- Facebook: facebook.com/uwechsa
- Instagram: @uwechsa
- Snapchat: uwechsa
- Website: uwechsa.wixsite.com/uwechsa
- YouTube: uwechsa
Inter-tribal Student Council
Inter-Tribal Student Council, or ITSC is a group of Native American students and non-native allies who are striving to educate not only the campus, but the community on Native American issues through panels, forums, and weekly meetings. Through campus events like film series presentations, a Round Dance fundraiser, participation in campus EDI discussions with the chancellor, and many more activities, joining the ITSC is a highly active and interactive way to make your voice heard about issues important to both native and non-native students.
Our ITSC members form bonds as students that carry into their futures as alumni, and returning to campus to participate in AIS and ITSC events is a wonderful way to remain involved in the important work and contributions of the council.
For more information contact the faculty advisor, Heather Ann Moody, at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the council at email@example.com