MultiCultural Clubs and Organizations
African Heritage Society
The purpose of the organization is to create awareness of African culture, society, people and places in order to diminish the stereotypes associated with the African continent.
This organization brings together students from many different Asian backgrounds to share information about themselves and their cultures to foster a greater understanding of this ethnic group.
BARKADA Filipino Club
The goals of the BARKADA Filipino Club are to stimulate the academic, cultural and social interests of Filipino-Americans and introduce the Philippine culture to the campus community.
Black Men Alliance
The purpose of this organization is to promote an environment that encourages achievement and stresses the importance of academics within the black community and to provide and recognize positive role models for minority students.
This organization aims to educate all students by developing a better understanding of Caribbean culture, topics, issues and diversity.
Chinese Students Friendship Association (CSFA)
This organization promotes Chinese culture at FDU and enhances a mutual understanding among students from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. The organization brings together Chinese students as well as alumni to develop constructive and cooperative relations and support dialogues with local communities.
Featuring an environment to speak French, learn about Francophone countries and eat food from around the world, the Francophone Club is open to any student interested in learning more about Francophone countries and their heritage.
Haitian Cultural Association
This club’s main purpose is to increase awareness and educate the campus about Haitian culture and increase awareness of issues in the Caribbean in general.
Indian Cultural Experience
This organization aims to pro- mote Indian culture, heritage and unity through interaction with Indian students and the general campus community by sponsoring a wide variety of events and programs.
International Student Association (ISA)
The purpose of the International Student Association (ISA) is to spread, develop and carry out — in a spirit of fraternity, equality and collaboration — all cultural expressions of the countries it represents.
The MultiCultural Council serves as the umbrella organization for all cultural student organizations on the Metropolitan Campus. The organization provides cultural student organizations with a voice in critical campus issues, a forum for discussion of cultural issues concerning all students and a vehicle for affecting change on campus.
Muslim Educational and Cultural Association
The main purpose of this organization is to bring together the Muslim community at FDU in celebration of Islam and to provide an outlet for a better understanding of the Islamic faith.
Latin Exchange Organization
The purposes of this organization are to promote the cultural exchange and integration among the FDU students and the Morris County community about the rich culture and traditions of the South American continent; as well as to serve as a support organization for the students from different countries.
Nubian Ladies Making Vital Progress
The main purpose of this club is to support, encourage, enlighten and praise all women no matter what race. It provides a forum for open and systematic group activities that allow the members to open up their horizons about a wide variety of topics.
Organization of Latin Americans (OLA)
This organiza- tion was established to raise awareness of Latin-American heritage and influence in the community and around the world. It strives to reach out to many groups through the Metropolitan Campus by creating a wide range of programs and service projects.
PISA Italian-American Club
The Proud Italian Students Association’s (PISA) goal is to spread both the Italian language and culture on and off campus. It works closely with many other college Italian clubs throughout the northern and central New Jersey areas, including but not limited to Rutgers University, William Paterson University, Drew University, Montclair State University and FDU’s College at Florham. PISA members regu- larly attend meetings and functions of those other clubs. PISA is a member of Amici Della Cultura Italiana (Friends of the Ital- ian Culture), a foundation started by Joseph Coccia, a generous benefactor who wishes to see the Italian culture passed on to this and future generations.
Spectrum recognizes the various shades of its' members' sexualities and works to unite gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and hetrosexual individuals. It provides a safe, interactive forum for its members through educational, social, and community service programs.
Women's Empowerment Association
Women's Empowerment Association serves to empower women in the FDU community through education, bonding, and community service. All students are welcome to participate in learning about women's rights, sexism, domestic violence, and other contemporary women's issues through interactive programming.
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