Chicana/o Latina/o Student Center

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Alpha Nu Multicultural Sorority

The founding mothers recognized a need for a sorority that welcomes women of all nationalities. They united to create Alpha Nu Multicultural Sorority. Officially founded February 27, 2008 on the campus of WSU, Alpha Nu respects and accepts every woman for who she is. Together we work to help discourage stereotypes and allow for different ideas and experiences in the community.

Website: http://www.alphanu.wsu.edu/

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CAMARADAS

They are a Chicana/o Latina/o Graduate and Professional Student Association. Their Mission and Goals include, providing a support system for graduate students, to serve as a proactive agent in the community, to provide mentoring to undergraduate students, to provide opportunities for research collaborations and publications and to create a safe space to discuss issues that affect the local and greater Chicana/o and Latina/o community. They were established in 1993 to increase awareness of issues pertaining to the Chicana/o Latina/o population. All graduate students are welcome.

Website: http://www.camaradas.wsu.edu/

Capoeira Club

Website: CougSync home home page

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Chicana/o Latina/o Student Alliance (ChiLaStAl)

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Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority Inc.

Our purpose is to promote and instill in every member of our Sorority the values of Honesty, Integrity, Leadership, Scholarship, and Unity. These pillars have become the foundation of our organization and a symbol of devotion to our purpose. By encouraging these admirable characteristics, each member enriches her life with these lifelong attributes.

Website: http://www.gao-delta.com/

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Gamma Iota Omicron Fraternity

Gamma Iota Omicron (GIO), also known as "Gallo", is a fraternity that is molded around the individual student, not a student molded around the fraternity. GIO was created in order to provide an organization that can be a support system, social outlet and provide networking opportunities. Gamma Iota Omicron is a way for students to get involved without giving up his individuality and still staying committed to other clubs, organizations and the like.The goals of GIO are to enhance: Knowledge, Courage, Respect, Heritage, Leadership, Empathy, Social, La Mujer, and to create a Dynasty of Brothers.

Website: http://www.gio.wsu.edu/

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Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc.

The purpose of Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc., is to promote the traditional values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership, an organization dedicated to service for institutions of higher education, with an emphasis on the Hispanic/Latino(a) populations, a servitude based on love and friendship. The founders dreamed of a sorority that would unite and promote leadership among Hispanic women, Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. was formally recognized on April 6th, 1987 at Texas Tech University and Rho chapter was chartered at Washington State University on March 27th, 1999.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/kdchi.wsu

Contact:rho.president@kappadeltachi.org

New Member Educator at rho.nme@kappadeltachi.org

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La Hermandad de o eMe Te

La hermandad de O eMe Te is a Nahuatl (Aztec) lettered brotherhood. Their mission statements are to serve as a support group for its undergraduate membership, encouraging the membership to grow, learn, mature and eventually graduate with an undergraduate degree, to support and defend the human and social rights of the Chicano/Mexicano/Latino communities and all people of color, to instill the Four Pillars: Culture, Wisdom, Empowerment, Carnalismo and the values associated with each pillar in the hearts of O eMe Te's undergraduate Carnales, to increase the number of educated Chicanos/Mexicanos/Latinos with undergraduate and graduate degrees, to create and build a network of educated Raza whose post-collegiate political, educational, professional and business experience can be directed towards the continued empowerment of our Chicano/Mexicano/Latino communities.

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Latino Legionnaires of Queers and Allies (LQA)

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M.E.Ch.A.

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlan (MEChA) is an organization that promotes higher education amongst the oppressed and marginalized students. Increase awareness about our social, historical, and cultural identity amongst ourselves and our community. Strengthening and uniting our Chicana/o Latina/o student community through educational, cultural, and social events

We the members of M.E.Ch.A. at Washington State University, take upon the responsibility to encourage the education of the Chican@ population and promote awareness of the Chican@ presence at Washington State University and in the community at large, while committing to the struggle for the self-determination and empowerment of the Chican@ Community.

Website: http://www.mecha.wsu.edu/

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Movimiento Activista Social (MAS)

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Mujeres Unidas

Mujeres Unidas represents the interests and issues of Chicanas/Latinas at WSU and coordinates activities and opportunities of interest to multicultural women students. Members contribute to community projects and provide peer support for Chicanas and Latinas. In addition, MU provides women with the opportunity to gain leadership training and experience.

Website: http://women.wsu.edu/coalition-for-women-students/mujeres-unidas/


Mariachi WAZZU

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Omega Delta Phi Fraternity Inc.

The purpose of this BROTHERHOOD, a SERVICE/SOCIAL Fraternity, dedicated to the needs and the concerns of our communities is and shall be to promote and maintain our traditional values of UNITY, HONESTY, INTEGRITY and LEADERSHIP.

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Queer People of Color and Allies (QPOCA)

As a joint effort between the superpowers known as GIESORC + MSS

GIESORC = [gender identity/expression + sexual orientation resources center]
MSS = [office of multicultural student services], we have joined forces to create WSU QPOCA. 

WSU QPOCA is an informal group of WSU students/staff/faculty members + friends who want to create a safe space for discussion + action in the LGBTQ equality movement, especially for individuals who identify as both (as well as many other identities) queer + person(s) of color. 

Website: http://wsuqpoca.weebly.com/

Contact: wsuqpoca@gmail.com

Ritmo Latino

Ritmo Latino is a dance club at Washington State University that provides the community with dance lessons in a variety of Latin genres. Aside from the lessons, Ritmo Latino also performs at a variety of events such as CASHE, Building Bridges, One Note, and is always looking for events to perform in.

Website: http://www.ritmolatino.club.officelive.com/

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Sigma Lamda Beta International Fraternity Inc.

We believe in the principles of fairness, opportunity, and in the equality of all men no matter what their race, color, or ethnicity. Our biggest goal is to see that all of society can realize the importance of these three principles. In order to achieve this goal we all strive to model these behaviors and present ourselves in a gentlemanly and educated fashion.

Website: http://www.sigmalamdabeta.com/ or wazzubetas.com

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Society of Latino Engineers & Scientists (SOLES)

The purpose of the Society of Latino Engineers and Scientists is to promote and enhance educational and job opportunities for minority students in STEM related fields.

Website: http://www.soles.club.officelive.com/

Contact: Yadira Paredes

Spanish Club

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If you would like to start a Registered Student Organization (RSO) of your own contact WSU Student Involvement

If you would like your RSO information and contact details updated on this page make sure to submit the ChLSC RSO Info Form and email it directly to Chilat.Center@wsu.edu