UNITY is an umbrella organization that includes membership from 16 multicultural student organizations, including clubs with cultural, academic, and dance emphasis, as well as multicultural Greek organizations.
UNITY promotes and supports multicultural organizations' missions and activities to share information about member events, provide opportunities for collaboration and advocate on behalf of these united and diverse clubs and organizations.
UNITY exists through the support and resources of the Office of Multicultural Affairs to create energetic, engaging and constructive dialogue among diverse clubs and underrepresented populations at the University of Idaho. UNITY seeks to advocate understanding by creating a campus environment that commits to and acknowledges our deepest convictions through active participation across lines of differences.
- Fall Multicultural Student Leadership Retreat
- Fall Harvest Dinner
- Spring End of the Year Banquet
Membership is made up of multicultural student organizations and Multicultural Greek chapters.
The Association of Latino Professionals of America (ALPFA) provides members with professional tools and skills necessary to survive and succeed in the corporate world. The association serves as an information center for scholastic and occupational opportunities, to place members in the proper environments for success.
ALPFA serves as a mechanism to communicate student needs and problems to the College of Business and Economics. It enables students to enhance themselves academically and culturally.
The purpose of the Black Student Union (BSU) is to support the advancement of black students, promote equality and unity among students on campus, celebrate black heritage and to provide a social atmosphere where students can meet and have open discussion. BSU is open to all students.
College Assistance Migrant Program Organization of Students' (CAMPOS) purpose is to get involved with ASUI activities, reach out to the community through community service, keep former and current College Assistance Migrant Program students involved in cultural activities and serve as a support system for all students.
- Cesar Chavez National Blood Drive
- Cesar Chavez Celebration
A Latina-founded Greek letter intercollegiate sorority dedicated to promoting the achievement and quest of higher education among all women. The pillars of the sorority are honesty, integrity, leadership, scholarship and unity.
The mission of the Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) is to promote a positive and inclusive atmosphere for all people. The GSA strives to encourage individual growth and understanding by improving visibility and providing support for LGBTQ people and their straight allies.
- Welcome Back Ice Cream Social
- National Coming Out Day
- Transgender Day of Remembrance
- Freedom to Marry Week
- Power of One: Queer Leadership Conference
- National Day of Silence
- Queer Prom
The mission of the Interested Men of Lambda Theta Phi is to establish a strong bond with the brothers of Lambda Theta Phi, Latin Fraternity, Inc., while promoting brotherhood among our peers, academics, philanthropy, unity among all peoples, respect for our fellow persons, and pride in our work and culture. These activities are designed to allow perspective members to learn more about Lambda Theta Phi.
Interested in becoming a brother of Lambda Theta Phi? Like with any other Greek lettered organization you must express interest in the organization.
To join Lambda Theta Phi:
- Join the interest group
- Get to know the brothers
- Develop your leadership skills
- Perform community service
- Plan educational events/fundraisers
- Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA
Once you have finished the interest group requirements, members move on to the educational process of the fraternity.
Interested Men of Lambda Theta Phi Email
Interested Men of Lambda Theta Phi Facebook
Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. was established on campus in the spring of 2006. The chapter provides a sisterhood based on unity, love and respect, and is a support group to unite Latinas in higher education.
A Latino-based fraternity providing students the opportunity to be part of a family with a mission to cultivate a spirit of brotherhood, value education, promote unity, cherish heritage, lead, develop character, practice chivalry and serve mankind.
Movimiento Activista Social’s (MAS) mission is to promote and build equal and just communities in Idaho that appreciate the worth and value of all humans. Objectives are based on social justice, human rights, immigrant rights, gender and racial equity, as well as culture awareness and fair access to education.
- El Color de Nuestra Tiera
- May 1 Rally
- Women of Juarez
- Voter Registration
The Native American Student Association (NASA) is an active cultural organization on campus working to aid, enhance and enrich the educational experience of Native American students. NASA is open to all students who wish to get involved and learn more about Native American culture and issues. Student members meet bi-weekly and sponsor socials throughout the year. During the spring semester, NASA hosts the annual Tutxinmepu Powwow. NASA meets on Wednesday at 5:30 pm in the Native American Student Center.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE-UI) is on an unremitting mission to develop and implement programs to advance the Inland Northwest's interest in various engineering disciplines and increase the number of undergraduate and graduate minority students studying science or engineering in our community and at UI.
We try to reach back into the community and lend a helping hand in the same manner in which we were once assisted.
Organización de Estudiantes Latino Americanos (OELA) is dedicated to increasing the enrollment and retention of Latino students at institutions of higher education as part of a vision to increase the representation of Latinos in industry and education.
OELA works to inform others of the challenges Latino students face on campus today and share successful strategies to increase retention and graduation rates for such students. In addition, OELA strives to share a culture built on a rich tradition of respect and understanding as it helps pave the road for academic excellence for its members and participants of its programs.
Among the many activities OELA is involved with during the academic year, its most recognized and award winning event is the Vandal Challenge Leadership Conference.
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Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. was established in the fall of 2006. Its pillars are unity, honesty, integrity and leadership.
Sabor de la Raza is a Mexican folkloric dance group made of University of Idaho students and community members.
The group's goal is to participate in ASUI and community events to provide the University of Idaho and the Palouse community with the opportunity to engage in and experience all aspects of Mexican culture. Through folklore song and dance performances, cultural festivities, among other events, Sabor de la Raza intends to raise awareness of Mexican culture while bringing historical and cultural background into context.
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. was started in the spring of 2003. The historically Latino-based chapter's principles are brotherhood, scholarship, cultural awareness and community service.
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. was formed the summer of 2007. Its principles are academics, community service, morals and ethics, cultural awareness and social interaction.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers' (SHPE) mission is to support students in academic excellence and mentoring, to provide leadership opportunities, to create a source for Hispanic talent in engineering and technical professions, and to give members the opportunity to serve as role models.
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