Clubs & Organizations
The APISC works in collaboration with, provides resources to and/or advises the following organizations:
The ASA is dedicated to promoting awareness, appreciation and understanding of the Armenian culture.
First meeting is on Tuesday, Oct. 8, U-Hour, Building 5, Room 244.
Barkada in Tagalog means "a group of friends." Barkada is a group of friends whose aim is to promote the recognition and understanding of the Pilipino culture at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and the surrounding community.
Program Advisor: Anthony Ocampo
Hong Kong Student Association
A Cal Poly Pomona organization promoting the Indian culture.
Khmer American Student Association
A Cal Poly Pomona organization that promotes Korean culture.
The Nikkei Student Union is a Japanese American club on campus aimed at preserving and advancing Japanese American culture through events both cultural and social.
PSA is dedicated to expanding the Pakistani Students Network to California universities and aims to educate Pakistani students and peers about the culturally rich heritage of Pakistan.
By hosting a Pilipino Graduation, we hope to promote strength and unity in the Pilipino community at Cal Poly Pomona while recognizing and celebrating the graduates' achievements and cultural backgrounds.
TSA is a Cal Poly Pomona nonpolitical student organization that promotes Taiwanese tradition through cultural activities both on and off campus.
CPP VSA is dedicated to the encouragement and teaching of cultural awareness and diversity on campus and within the community. VSA hopes to provide the necessary interaction among those of different backgrounds to build intercultural bridges by encouraging physical, intellectual and social participation in the Vietnamese culture. Cal Poly VSA strives to create a supportive and cooperative community for those of Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese descent.
Throughout the years, Cal Poly VSA has lent support to the community of Pomona by participating in an annual Lunar New Year Festival held on campus for the local families and their children. They also participate in many other events during the year, such as the Tet Festival and the Black April Commemoration. Cal Poly VSA holds an Annual Culture Night, open to students and the community, which highlights the magnificent Vietnamese culture with an exquisite blend of singing, acting, dancing and much more.
General meetings are held in Building 15, Room 1807 during U-Hour.
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