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Student Organizations

Alliance of Multicultural and Diversity Organizations
AMDO will help the individual multicultural and diversity student organizations on the UWSP campus work together and help make this campus more inclusive and safe for all students irrespective of their beliefs, background or any other factor. 

Alliance of Non-Traditional Students at UWSP (ANTS)
The alliance serves as a vehicle for the social and intellectual interests of nontraditional students and advocate for their needs in the university community. The alliance shall also attempt to utilize the experience of its members to improve the university experience for all students and staff members.

American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
Provides opportunities for American Indians and Alaska Natives to pursue studies in science, engineering, business and other academic areas.

American Indians Reaching For Opportunities (AIRO)
Encourages awareness and understanding of all Indian people, on campus, off campus and all who seek information about Indian people and culture.

Black Student Union (BSU)
Focuses on creating an environment, which serves as a support system for students both academically and socially. BSU also provides a place where students can feel comfortable sharing common joys and concerns, while being surrounded by people who share the same passion to make a difference in both their communities and on campus. BSU strives to break down negative stereotypes attached to the black community, through the promotion of a positive image of our culture. Our members serve as educators and representatives of black culture and heritage.

Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Provides a social, emotional and educational support group for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and ally populations on campus and in the surrounding communities. The Gender and Sexuality Alliance also acts as an educational student organization to provide greater awareness of the issues that concern the members themselves, the university and the surrounding communities.

Hmong and S.E. Asian American Club (HaSEAAC)
Promotes awareness and provides an extensive understanding of the Hmong and Southeast Asian culture to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and the local community through personal experience, knowledge and historical understanding. HaSEAAC engages in significant volunteer activities and creates events for the public, which in turn provides leadership opportunities members of HaSEAAC.

International Club (I Club)
Promotes and encourages an exchange of culture throughout the nations by providing opportunities for friendship, understanding and the social interest of its members.

Latino Student Alliance (LSA)
Works to promote a deeper understanding of Latin American cultures through educational events, presentations and entertainment.

Promoting Awareness and Victim Empowerment
The purpose of PAVE is to Shatter the Silence of Sexual, Interpersonal, and Discriminatory Violence using social, educational, and legislative/policy tactics, as well as collaborating with professional campus and community resources.

South Asia Society (SAS)
Fosters global family ideals and promotes an exchange of culture, friendship and understanding among members and the community.

Veterans Club
UW-Stevens Point’s Veterans Club is a part of the national organization, Student Veterans of America. Our club is geared to aid Veterans who have taken the first step to start or continue school. We offer a familiar atmosphere for vets who may feel out of place or disconnected while at the university. All of our officers have a strong passion to help our brothers and sisters not only get through school, but to help set them up for success after graduation. The Veterans Club hosts fundraising events, training opportunities and helps veterans get the most out of their benefits. Volunteer with us to make our campus and your transition better! We look forward to meeting you at one of our biweekly meetings.

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