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Student and Cultural Engagement creates a transformational opportunity to engage in culture, community and global leadership at Arizona State University. Students find opportunities to explore the Sun Devil Community through community building, global leadership, inclusion, cultural celebrations, civic discourse and community change. Student and Cultural Engagement promote the development of Sun Devil Culture through self-expression, learning, and heritage with a formation of an ASU culture rooted in inclusion, individual experience, community values, and the Sun Devil Way. Join in contributing to the broader community!
The Women’s Coalition's inaugural Women’s Welcome event on Sept. 4 provided students an opportunity to make connections and learn about resources. Participants listened to student speakers, decorated T-shirts, took pictures in a photo booth, and contributed to a scrapbook of women’s stories.
Vanesa Contreras Rodriguez helped other first-generation students like her develop a strong educational foundation through her work with El Concilio, a coalition of Latinx, Chicanx and Hispanic student organizations at ASU.
In 2019, the Philippine American Student Association marked its 25th anniversary of sharing Filipino culture at ASU.
Zaria is an on-campus organization dedicated to creating safe spacesfor black women and women of color. The student group was recently re-launched at ASU and now is active hosting meetups for studying, volunteering, self-care and much more.
Everyone loves a good comeback story. It is something we all can relate to. The Women in Stem and Engineering club at ASU’s Polytechnic campus has embarked on their own comeback story, revamping the club after it went dormant a few years ago. It has been about a year since the re-establishment of the club, and with a new executive board, the club is ready to take on the world.