Multicultural Student Organizations
The Office of Multicultural Student Organizations serves four purposes:
- provide a network of support for minority students;
- foster leadership development;
- generate campus programs that affirm cultural heritage and/or educate the larger university community;
- involve minority students in community service and service-learning projects.
K-State's multicultural student organizations include the Asian-American Student Union, the Black Student Union, the Hispanic American Leadership Organization, the Native American Student Association, United Black Voices, Workers of Wisdom, Ebony Theatre, the National Pan-Hellenic Council (Black fraternities and sororities), the Multicultural Student Organizations Leadership Council, the National Organization of Minority Architect Students, the Multicultural Business Student Association, Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS), League of United Latin American Citizens, Diverse Mass Communicators, and Hispanic Greek Organizations.
Multicultural programs include the celebration of Asian-American Heritage Month, Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Native American Heritage Month, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Week, the Annual Midwest HALO Encuentro, the Annual Diversity Summit, and many other campus events.