Hispanic Heritage Month Events

Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 - October 15

Hispanic Heritage Month 2018

ASU observes Hispanic Heritage Month, by celebrating the histories, cultures, and contributions of the Chicanx, Latinx, Hispanic individuals and groups who identify with and strive to create a more inclusive environment for these communities.

 

Hispanic Heritage Month Executive Committee

We are currently planning the 2018 Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations at ASU. Interested in serving on the executive committee? Students, organizations, faculty, and staff are welcome to join us at any of our upcoming meetings which you may participate in person or on the provided conference line. To learn more about how you can get involved, please contact James Randall at James.Randall@asu.edu.

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August 27, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A
September 10, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A
September 17, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A
September 24, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A
October 1, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A
October 8, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A
October 15, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A
October 22, 20181 – 2 p.m.Student Pavilion 221A

Call for Programs

The committee is now accepting event proposals for the 2018 Hispanic Heritage Month at ASU! We invite student organizations, faculty, and staff to take part in this wonderful opportunity to honor and celebrate Hispanic/Latino heritage as well as share knowledge. To submit an event for Hispanic Heritage Month at ASU, you may use the following Event Form. Also, feel free to tell us about events that you are aware of occurring in the community.

 

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Sun devil life latino 101 ASU Community dispels stereotypes

Latino 101: 'Stereotypes are boring' n honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, ASU students and faculty from a variety of backgrounds share what makes them unique.

Collage of Hispanic Heritage Month photos

Hispanic heritage: What does it mean to you?

At the close of last year’s Hispanic Heritage Month, members of the ASU community share how their background informs their future.

 

Group photo of El Concilio

El Concilio

For more than 25 years, El Concilio has committed to advocating for and representing the needs and interests of Hispanic, Latinx, and Chicanx students at Arizona State University. Our coalition of student clubs and organizations strives to promote unity as well as enhance the educational, socio-political, and cultural experiences of Sun Devils. El Concilio Sun Devil Sync Calendar.