What is AASA?
The Asian American Student Association (AASA), formerly known as the Asian Student Association, was approved to become a student organization March 26, 1991. Formerly located in the Multicultural Center, AASA is now advised through the Office of Student Life, the clearing house for all recognized student organizations.
AASA is a group of students whose purpose is to provide cultural and educational programming about Asian American history, culture, and interests. The primary goal of AASA is to strengthen cultural pride and facilitate the development of a campus environment conducive to cultural appreciation. All programs and activities sponsored by the Asian American Student Association are free to Ball State Students. You may be wondering whether you have to be Asian or of Asian descent to become a member—the answer is "no." AASA welcomes all students of every racial background to become members. Membership is free! Programs sponsored by the Asian American Student Association include:
*Small fee associated with conference attendance.
Who do I contact to get involved with AASA?
AASA has become what it is today because of its dedicated members and hardworking executive board. Meetings are held every Monday at 5 p.m. in Student Center Room 301. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information about the Asian American Student Association, contact our president, Sang Nguyen, or our advisor, Barry Hawkins, Assistant Director of Student Life. Don't forget to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest updates!
Where is AASA located?
AASA's office is located in the Student Center, room 143. Stop by and visit us to say hello or to learn more about our organization. We would love to see you!
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