Appalachian State University
ASA strives to explore Asian-American identity, leadership, and personal development through friendships, programs, and opportunities. We are dedicated to building connections among the AAPI community as well as between people of all cultures and ethnicities on campus. ASA embraces diversity in the community and supports its members, uniting them by the common goal of understanding one another’s unique backgrounds through social and educational events.
The Asian Student Union (ASU), founded in 1987, is a social, cultural organization representing 15%+ of Binghamton's Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander undergraduate students. Along with its seven subgroups, ASU serves to defy stereotypes, define culture, maintain a sense of tradition, and what it is to be Asian-American in today’s world through cultural awareness, performance showcases, and a series of events to empower our student body.
California State University, Los Angeles
College of William and Mary
“At Duke, many students are unaware of or disinterested in issues that affect the AAPI community. By becoming an ambassador organization for APIAVote, we hope to change that--through increased programming, education, and voter registration, we want to amplify the conversations surrounding AAPI issues and show the members of our community why they should care for and vote on them.”
Florida Atlantic University
Asian Student Union (ASU) is a multicultural student organization whose mission is to promote Asian culture, heritage, and identity at Florida Atlantic University. We strive to create not only a place where students can connect with their college community, but to also create a college family that supports one another. By partnering with APIAVote, we hope to encourage unity and to empower others to stand up for their beliefs. Our mission is to forge strong community bonds to uplift a unified voice that empowers the marginalized and to channel our community strength through civic education and engagement.
Florida State University
Georgetown's Asian American Student Association-Political Awareness Committee (PAC) aims to highlight and address issues facing the Asian American community through innovative programming and events. PAC provides a community for those interested in exploring Asian American history and identity in relation to today’s political landscape. We collaborate with campus groups, D.C. organizations, and knowledgeable individuals to organize events such as guest speaker panels and film screenings.
The Task Force on Asian and Pacific American Studies (TAPAS) is an organization of Harvard undergraduate students that promotes Asian and Pacific American Studies through education, recognition, and interconnection. It coordinates activities including presentations by notable Asian and Pacific American Studies scholars, collaborations with supportive and relevant alumni, faculty, staff and other student groups, community building social events, student research presentations, and student research publications. TAPAS supports and encourages the exploration of all ethnic studies, bringing together students of all disciplines and facilitating multidisciplinary academic discussion and social connection. Building upon an overarching mission of empowering students through ethnic studies, TAPAS encourages students to take this education beyond the classroom to drive dedicated civic and political participation.
Irvine Valley College
Michigan State University
"Northwestern University’s Korean American Student Association (KASA) is thrilled to be working with APIAVote to encourage civic engagement and involvement in the AAPI community! We’ve had an eye-opening time so far organizing voter registration drives on our campus and speaking to AAPI voters in Virginia and New Jersey, and are looking forward to more events that will help our community understand why voting is critical to get our voices heard. This program has been meaningful because we’ve gotten to see how impactful individual interactions can be toward accomplishing a common goal, from the simple act of registering to vote to being part of huge turnouts in far-away states. Young voters represent the future of this country and its political system, and getting them involved early will cement the foundation of civic engagement for years to come."
The Ohio State University
The Asian American Association at The Ohio State University is a non-profit student organization that, since its inception in the early 1970’s, has served as a foundation for community and leadership among Asian American students. AAA serves as a supporting organization for all Asian American student groups at Ohio State, and strives to provide a platform for OSU’s Asian American voices building APIDA community networks. We work hard to promote awareness of Asian Pacific Islander and Desi American advocacy issues and culture, and to encourage and empower Asian American students to seek involvement, activism, and leadership while at Ohio State.
Princeton University’s Asian American Students Association seeks to empower undergraduates with greater awareness of AAPI political, social, and cultural issues on campus through our speaker series, social events, open discussions, and alumni networking. Princeton’s Asian American Students Association addresses the unique social and political challenges affecting the Asian ethnic community through open discussions and projects. We are dedicated to increasing democratic participation, civic engagement and political consciousness within our community through voter registration events, community service, and panel discussions.
Texas A&M University
"Asian Presidents' Council strives to unite and strengthen the Asian organizations on the Texas A&M University campus. We aim to increase communication and support between the community, provide leadership and organizational development opportunities, and promote awareness of Asian culture to the Texas A&M student body."
UNC Chapel Hill
University of Central Florida
APIAVote Ambassador program finally gave the University of Central Florida the tools we need to encourage action, and because of it we will be able to impact our Orlando community and cause a ripple effect in an increasingly more aware population both in our own generation, honoring those before us, and many more to come.
University of Florida
University of Miami
University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota Morris
"Asian/Pacific American Coalition is an organization that strives to create a positive change for the Asian and Asian/Pacific American (A and A/PA) community. Through education and empowerment, APAC continues to pursue the building of trust and collaboration within the A and A/PA community on campus to bring needed institutional and social change. The main goals of APAC are to develop diversity and awareness concerning A and A/PA, create dedicated, educated, and well - rounded members who will use their talents to benefit the greater community, create and participate in community service activities, engage and empower the A and A/PA student community, and other organization members, through educational dialogue, advocacy, and activism, to unify and strengthen A and A/PA community's voice on campus. The way through which APAC achieves these goals are through a variety of projects, general body meetings, showcase events, and a strong membership body."
University of North Florida
University of Notre Dame
Civic Duty is a non-partisan, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that strives to create active civic engagement and education initiatives for students of all ages. Our mission is to encourage students to serve and participate in their communities. Civic Duty initiatives are organized at both the national and local levels, with regional divisions in multiple cities across the country. Past projects have included nationwide voting drives, participation in political conferences, and student-run podcasts.
University of Oregon
Representing Asian and Pacific Islander students on the University of Oregon campus to fight for social and political equality within the UO system.
University of Pennsylvania
We are AAPI Politics, a non-partisan group at UPenn that seeks to promote political efficacy and leadership in the AAPI community. Started in 2016,we continue to strive for political participation and activism through voter registration events, small group discussions, and collaborations with local AAPI-focused, Philadelphia-based nonprofits.
University of Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh’s South Asian Student Organization (SASA) seeks to foster leadership & development, recognize scholarship and achievement, promote citizenship, and celebrate diversity.
University of Texas at Austin
ADPAC (Asian Desi Pacific Islander American Collective) is one of six agencies housed under the university's Multicultural Engagement Center. Being university funded, we are tasked with putting on programs and events related to social and cultural issues impacting our student community. ADPAC is an organization that serves, educates, and empowers the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American community at the University of Texas since 1995. Through leadership workshops, co-sponsorships, and student activism, we work to encourage Asian American students to connect and learn more about the resources, programs, and upcoming events available to them at UT. We program several events throughout the year, such as You Bring Out the Asian American in Me (YBO), Asian American Leadership Institute (AALI), monthly community meetings, an Internship Program, and a spring Signature Event.
University of Virginia
University of Washington
The first and only internationally recognized Asian American interest fraternity. Producing leaders among men at University of Washington since 1999. We believe that it is important to invest in young voters because they are the future. APIAVote Ambassadors are the future. Now is the time to get involved. Now is the time to make our voices heard and to shape the future; a future that we can be proud is having a hand in creating.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Asian American Student Association’s purpose is to promote awareness of Asian and Asian-American cultures and issues within Vanderbilt University, the local community, and beyond, in order to foster a campus community more inclusive to AAPI identities. Additionally, AASA serves as a community or support group for all those interested in participating in AASA’s activities. Specifically, the focus of this year is collaboration, self-care, and civic engagement.
Virginia Commonwealth University
AASA, the Asian American Students' Alliance serves as a vehicle for both pan-Asian American unity and Asian American political action on Yale's campus.