The Asian and Native American Center is open to all students, faculty, and staff of WSU and particularly seeks to offer spaces for belonging and support to those identifying as Asian or Indigenous. The Center does so in close collaboration with a number of student-led organizations on campus, including but not limited to those listed on this page. For general inquiries about the ANA Center space or involvement and leadership opportunities in the organizations listed here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ANA Student Council
The ANA Council oversees the Asian Student Association (ASA) and the Indigenous American Culture Student Association (IACSA). The group consists of student leaders within the two smaller organizations and they ensure that ASA and IACSA have the support, funding, and coordination to operate smoothly. Please visit ANA Council's page on Engage to learn more or contact current leadership.
Asian Student Association (ASA)
The Asian Student Association promotes awareness for Asian cultures, as well as Asian students at Wright State. ASA is a pan-Asian organization which hopes to promote pan-Asian intercultural exchange at Wright State and in the community. Please visit ASA's page on Engage to join, learn more, or contact current leadership.
Indigenous American Culture Student Association (IACSA)
The Indigenous American Culture Student Association (IACSA) was formed to create a community among the Native American students at WSU. IACSA is here to help, inform, and educate all students across WSU Campus. As an organization, IACSA wants to bring members closer to our ancestors, and honor traditions through education. IACSA welcomes all to the Culture and Identity Centers' spaces and to the organization. Please visit IACSA's page on Engage to join, learn more, or contact current leadership.
Wright State University Associate Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
The Wright State University Associate Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. (KPL) is an Asian-interest, but not Asian exclusive, sorority seeking to empower and encourage undergraduate women through sisterhood, service, and cultural diversity. As the first multicultural sorority on campus, KPL members strive for academic excellence as well as providing services for the community through charity work. KPL stands to represent the underrepresented and they are Asian by tradition, not by definition. Please visit WSU KPL's page on Engage to learn more or to contact current leadership.
Chinese Club is a group for Chinese language students, international students, international business majors, and anyone interested in learning more about Chinese culture. The club celebrates Chinese holidays, plays Chinese games, cooks Chinese food, and otherwise connects with the Chinese community on campus. Please visit Chinese Club's page on Engage to join, learn more or contact current leadership.
Promoting diversity through cultural awareness and educating students about all things Korean. Please visit Korean Club's page on Engage to join, learn more, or to contact current leadership.
Indian Student Association (ISA)
The Indian Student Association's purpose is to provide opportunities for Indian students to interact and share the joy of the culture and heritage, and to help new students coming from India. ISA serves to promote awareness of cultural diversity on campus by organizing cultural and social events. Membership is open to all Indian students and every student of Wright State University. Please visit ISA's page on Engage to join, learn more, or contact current leadership.
Muslim Student Association (MSA)
The Muslim Student Association (MSA) brings together the Muslim community at Wright State, by offering the weekly Friday prayer on campus, along with social and spiritual activities/events throughout the year. Please visit MSA's page on Engage to join, learn more, or contact current leadership.