About Student Orgs
All of the organizations that call the American Intercultural Center "home" offer opportunities to affirm and share your own culture, learn about other cultures, gain skills that can be developed through co-curricular activities, and get involved in the campus at-large in the context of a supportive environment. Members typically are represent every year among students who win campus-wide University Leaderships Awards.
Black Student Union (BSU)
To promote and sustain Black culture at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and within the community, along with creating a reliable support system for Black students and a mentoring system for students in the Green Bay district. It is our intent to be welcoming of all students. In addition, to develop and promote programs, which educate others about Black culture and experience, as well as, programming that will enhance racial and cultural inclusion.
Chinese Club of UWGB
To promote Chinese culture and teach Chinese language.
Intertribal Student Council
Intertribal Student Council members meet twice each month. Typically, the group has members representing at least six Indian nations. Promoting understanding of local and national issues affecting Native American peoples and appreciation of Native culture are among the group’s goals. The spring pow-wow has become one of the largest annual events on campus. Last year, dancers and drums attended from the entire state, and over 1,200 people attended.
Organizacion Latino Americana
Organizacion Latino Americana is especially dedicated to serving students who are of Hispanic origin or who are majoring or minoring in Spanish. Events include dance and musical performances, lectures, art exhibits, and special programs in observance of holidays such as Cinco de Mayo.
Sexaulity and Gender Alliance (SAGA) is dedicated to educating the campus on lesbian, gay, and bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) issues, and to provide a safe place for students to socialize and educate themselves on LGBTQ issues.
Southeast Asian Student Union (SASU)
SASU is one of the fastest growing student organizations on campus. SASU sponsors Southeast Asian week events each January, and other activities such as story telling, dances, and workshops about the Hmong culture. A statewide conference sponsored by SASU last spring on the topic of Southeast Asians and education attracted more than 200 students, parents, educators and community leaders to the campus.
Women of Color
Women of Color is an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for women of color at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. WOC exists to provide support academically, socially, spiritually, culturally, and serve as positive role models to the campus and the surrounding community. WOC hope to bring a greater awareness about issues affecting women of color and empowerment to all women.