Student Clubs

Cultural Based Clubs & Organizations

Asian Pacific Islander Club
President - Kathelyn-Cheyenne Perez Sonico
Contact – ksonico1@csustan.edu
Purpose - We provide a positive outlet for Asian Pacific Islander students at Stanislaus State to have the college experience and find a community to connect with.

Black Student Union
President – Mishaye Venerable
Contact – mvenerable@csustan.edu
Purpose - To promote activities of common interest, as well as cultural and educational benefits for the African American student body.

Club de Espanol Interlatin
President – Brenda Herrera
Contact – bherrera5@csustan.edu
Purpose - The purpose of our organization is to promote the study of Spanish language, as well as the customs and traditions of Hispanic countries, in order to reinforce topics studied in classes.

Club de Espanol Interlayer
President – Brenda Herrera
Contact – bherrera5@csustan.edu
Purpose - The purpose of our organization is to promote the study of Spanish language, as well as the customs and traditions of Hispanic countries, in order to reinforce topics studied in classes.

Clube de Portugues
President – Joseph Dias
Contact – jdias2@csustan.edu
Purpose - The Clube de Portugues, or Portuguese Club, is a student organization dedicated to the acknowledgment and celebration of Portuguese speaking cultures. The club wishes to promote interest in the diverse Portuguese speaking world, ranging from Portugal itself, to Brazil, and many other nations and communities. With Portuguese being the sixth most spoken language in the world, Portuguese speaking cultures can be found across the world in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

Ethnic Studies Club
President – Elijah Mays
Contact – emays@csustan.edu
Purpose - We are a group whose mission is to address and discuss the improvement of the ethnic studies program. As a collective, we aim to advocate for the needs of the program while bringing activism on campus. The ethnic studies student committee would like to create a space where other students can come together and talk about ethically based issues that affect minorities on campus and help create a safe and comfortable environment for everyone.

Hmong Student Association
President – Connie Vang
Contact – cvang32@csustan.edu
Purpose - The purpose of our club is to embrace the Hmong culture and bring diversity on campus.

Love Evolution
President – Brianna (Carina) Espinoza
Contact – cespinoza6@csustan.edu
Purpose - Love Evolution is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Plus (LGBTQ+)/Marginalized Orientation, Gender Identity, and Intersex (MOGII) organization that seeks to empower and support its members through information, workshops, socials, on-campus events, and community service opportunities.

Movimiento Estudiantil Chican de Aztlan (M.E.C.H.A.)
President – Yajaira Gutierrez Aguayo
Contact – ygutierrez10@csustan.edu
Purpose - Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) is a student organization that promotes higher education, culture, and history. MEChA was founded on the principles of self-determination for the liberation of our people. We believe that political involvement and education is the avenue for change in our society.

Muslim Student Association
President – Najiba Niaz Afzal
Contact – nafzal4@csustan.edu
Purpose - The MSA hopes to educate and inform the Stanislaus State student body about Islam while also uniting the Muslim community on campus.

Seven Islands Union
President – Japit Kaur
Contact – jkaur32@csustan.edu
Purpose - Seven Islands Union is Stan State's international club. Our organization consists of international students, study abroad students and any student interested in diversity and contributing to the internationalization of Stan State's campus.

Cultural Based Fraternities & Sororities

Alpha Pi Sigma
Alpha Pi Sigma's mission to professionally develop women leaders has created a innovative forum for Latina's to give back to the community. Our sisterhood is composed of university & professional diverse women committed towards the empowerment of women & the Latin American community. We do this by providing leadership development, academic enrichment programs, community service & activities geared towards the appreciation, promotion & preservation of our surrounding communities.
President: Banely Arevalo
barevalorobles@csustan.edu

Delta Phi Gamma
We are a multicultural local sorority founded in 2000 on Stanislaus State campus. We raise money and bring awareness to the American Cancer Society while also fostering an dynamic sisterhood.
President: Arick Perez
aperez54@csustan.edu

Lambda Sigma Gamma
The purpose of this organization is to allow women to obtain responsibilities and leadership by incorporating self improvement, scholastic excellence and civic responsibility.
President: Leslie Rodriguez
lrodriguezfavela@csustan.edu

Multicultural Greek Council
The multicultural Greek Council (MGC) is a governing body formed by members of different international, national and regional sororities and fraternities at California State University, Stanislaus. We are a coalition of Greek organizations comprised of diverse, ethnic, and different cultural backgrounds. Through these key aspects we unite to achieve common goals of bringing cultural & diversity awareness to campus, unite groups through cultural means, promote academic excellence within diversity, and strive for leadership through service.
President: Alexis Montoya
amontoya1@csustan.edu

Nu Alpha Kappa
Nu Alpha Kappa is a Latino-based fraternity which encompasses and values all cultures. Our membership has grown from eleven men at one chapter in San Luis Obispo to over 2300 men across 26 chapters in California, Colorado, and Nevada.
President: Armando Arellano
aarellano9@csustan.edu

Omega Delta Phi
Omega Delta Phi is a multicultural service/social fraternity that aims at graduating its members while giving back to the community. The Fraternity has established itself on over 50 campuses and continues to grow every year. Although founded mainly by Latinos, the Fraternity has traditionally always been open to men of different backgrounds, as demonstrated through its “One culture, any race” philosophy. The purpose of this Brotherhood, a Service/Social fraternity dedicated to the needs and concerns of the community, is and shall be to promote and maintain the traditional values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership. This Brotherhood was founded in order to provide, to ANY man, a diverse fraternal experience which coincides with a higher education.
President: Bryan Jimenez
bjimenez5@csustan.edu

Omega Nu Omega
Omega Nu Omega is a multicultural co-ed fraternity founded in 2003 on campus. Our focus as members is first to our education, then spreading cultural awareness, also to improve ourselves and our community. Our philanthropy is AIDS awareness, every year we host a World AIDS Day on campus and we hope to find more ways to reach out in the future.
President: Blanca Prieto
bprieto@csustan.edu

Phi Lambda Rho
Phi Lambda Rho Sorority, Inc. has been established at Cal State Stanislaus for over 22 years with hopes of maintaining a professional and positive atmosphere at the Stanislaus State campus. Phi Lambda Rho works hard each and every year to fulfill our four main objects which are: Academic excellence, Promotion of the Chicana/Latina Culture, Community service and maintaining a strong and sincere Sisterhood bond. In addition, the sisters of Phi Lambda Rho develop character, commitment, and the responsibility needed for tomorrow’s leaders. Although Phi Lambda Rho is a Latina based sorority, we accept and recognize the beauty of diversity. We welcome women of all cultures to grow and prosper with us as well. Today, tomorrow, and always Phi Lambda Rho Sorority, Inc. will remain the organization that our founding mothers worked so hard to achieve, committed to its traditions and excelling in our main objectives. We are and will always be an organization unlike any other.
President: Jazmin Carranza
jcarranza4@csustan.edu

Sigma Omega Phi
Sigma Omega Phi is a Multicultural Sorority founded on April 26, 1990. We believe in opening minds through culture, education, and unity. Our wonderful family has grown to six chapters: Alpha Chapter- CSU Chico, Beta Chapter- Fresno State, Gamma Chapter- Sacramento State, Delta Chapter- San Jose State, Epsilon Chapter- Stanislaus State, and Zeta Chapter- National Hispanic University. At Stanislaus, our Epsilon Chapter has continued to uphold the values of education, community involvement, SOPhistication, and sisterhood. Sigma Omega Phi Epsilon Chapter was established May 2008 with 12 beautiful ladies as the Founding Mothers.
President: Alejandra Baez
abaez@csustan.edu

Upsilon Kappa Delta
Upsilon Kappa Delta is a multicultural sorority that focuses on Academics, Community Service, and Sisterhood.
President: Jordan Hassan
jhassan1@csustan.edu


View complete list of Clubs & Organizations on the Student Leadership & Development website