Asian & Pacific Islander Student Center


Need a place to relax, study, or print between classes? Our physical space provides our community with access to a range of resources, including:

  • Gender inclusive restroom with free tampons, liners, pads, and condoms
  • Community space for hanging out and studying
  • Computer lab with access to printers
  • Community kitchen, including a fridge, microwave, and utensils
  • Conference room to study, practice presentations, or meet as an organization

These resources are open to all students to utilize while our center is open.

Interested in getting more involved on campus and in the API community? Whether it’s mentoring other Broncos, volunteering at an event, participating on one of our event committees, or planning your own events through your club, there are always ways to get involved and stay connected to our center. Come by the APISC and chat with our Social Justice Leaders and Coordinator to learn about more ways to get involved!

The APISC Resource Library is free and open to the campus community. Asian and Pacific Islander-related books and videos are available for classroom instruction, research, personal enrichment and education. Books are loaned out for one month and videos are due back after one week. Any student assistant or the coordinator of the center will be more than happy to assist you in locating a specific book or video. If we do not carry a specific book or video, please let us know and we will put it on our list of books to order for the future. Please see below for a list of our books, journals and other reference materials. You can come to the APISC to browse our selection of audio and video resources.

  • Utilize campus resources and services to optimize academic success
  • Transition into university life
  • Get connected and take full advantage of academic resources on campus
  • Stay on track with coursework academic requirements
  • Get support from students in the A.P.I. community