First Peoples' Community
Evergreen's student organizations are valuable sources of cultural enrichment, personal growth, lasting friendships and solidarity. Involvement can help you learn to work more effectively within groups and with other organizations while also helping you develop leadership skills.
At Evergreen, student organizations are more than just clubs or social alliances. They provide activities and opportunities for fun and social interaction, but they also provide cultural, educational, recreational and spiritual services to students. Students working with First Peoples' student organizations conduct important work against racism and harassment and help the entire community understand, welcome and honor diversity.
Organizations coordinated by students of color for students of color
These organizations produce cross-cultural events; bring speakers, films and entertainment to the community; sponsor conferences and celebrations; and play an integral role in promoting the college's goals of enhancing cultural diversity and student empowerment.
- Asian Students In Alliance (ASIA)
- Hui O Hawai'i, Pacific Islander Association
- Latin American Student Organization (LASO)
- Movimiento Estudantil Chicanos Aztlan (MEChA)
- Native Student Alliance
- Umoja (Swahili for "unity"), African American Student Organization
- Women of Color Coalition
Learn More about Student orgranizations at the Student Activities site.