- Asian Pacific Islander Club
- Black People United
- Collegiate LULAC
- Cougar Pride Club
- Environmental Science and Sustainability Club
- First Nations Club
- International Student Association (ISA)
- Latinx Student Association
- Spanish Club
- Student Accessibility and Empowerment Club
To find more clubs or start your own club, visit Student Organizations and Clubs.
Asian Pacific Islander Club
The Asian Pacific Islander (API) Club is a cultural organization that aims to empower Asian Pacific Islander students, staff and faculty; raise awareness about the Asian Pacific Islander cultures and customs; and help strengthen the Asian Pacific Islander community. We also like to have fun both on and off campus!
Questions? Email Holly Ta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Black People United
Black People United (BPU) supports and empowers Black students, staff, and faculty members by having gatherings, initiating discussions, and hosting events that focus on the Black and African American community.
Questions? Email Catherine Townsel at email@example.com.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), founded in 1929, is the oldest and most widely respected Hispanic civil rights organization in the U.S.. Collegiate LULAC provides students with opportunities to make a difference and leave a lasting impact through advocating efforts aimed at addressing issues that impact our Latino community.
Questions? Email Eveling Cabello at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cougar Pride Club
This club is made up of students and alumni of WSU Vancouver who believe all Cougs are created equal. Similar to many GSAs (Gay/Straight Alliance), we work to ensure an inclusive environment for LGBTQQIAA students at WSU Vancouver.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Environmental Science and Sustainability Club
The Environmental Science and Sustainability Club is an outlet for creativity and positive change on the WSUV campus and the planet. Connect with like-minded individuals both on campus and in outside organizations. Come share your appreciation of the natural world while making a difference.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Nations Club
The First Nations Club aims to give Native students the power to create and share indigenous ideas and information in a safe an inclusive space, and to build community among First Nations students, staff and faculty. Join us in exploring our own cultural practices and traditions, and raising awareness about issues impacting Native students.
Questions? Email Brittany Davis at email@example.com.
International Student Association
The mission of ISA is to promote a multicultural exchange of perspectives between International and American students, faculty, administrators and staff members of the WSU Vancouver community.
Questions? Email Navaraj Lamichhane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latinx Student Association
The mission of the LSA Club is to promote recruitment and retention of Latino/a students and to disseminate information about the diversity of Latin cultures. We work to facilitate specific activities which include: hosting empowerment sessions, reaching out and making connections in our community, holding on-campus events and designing outreach activities for new students and their families.
Questions? Email Andrea Olvera Gonzalez at email@example.com.
Spanish Club provides an opportunity for all students, regardless of their Spanish speaking ability. Learn new things about the Spanish language and Latin American cultures. The club also gives those the opportunity to use their Spanish in a conversational setting as well as get any help that they need within their Spanish classes.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Accessibility and Empowerment Club
The Student Accessibility and Empowerment Club (SAEC) aims to heighten awareness of disabilities, promote special campus events including guest speakers, encourage inclusion into the student body through involvement in campus and community events, advocate for supportive services for students with disabilities and provide a place for social support for students with disabilities.
Questions? Email Karen Eitschberger at email@example.com.