Our Student Organizations
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African Students Association
ASA is a multicultural student group at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Our mission is to promote cultural and social awareness of African students amongst the entire student body and faculty of our university. We work to facilitate better communication and understanding between African students and other members of the university community, while encouraging activities that portray the noble cultural treasures of the African continent.
Anybody and everybody is welcome to become a member. People can join ASA for many reasons including making new friends and learning the rich and colorful cultures of Africa, just to mention a few!
For more information, contact ASA at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their WIN page at https://win.wisc.edu/organization/ASA.
AHANA-MAPS Pre-Health Society
AHANA stands for African, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American. We are a student organization grounded in the belief of providing students with an essential, well-rounded perspective of the healthcare field, enriching experiences, and community service opportunites.
AHANA strives to provide platforms for undergraduates to share experiences common to students entering health professions.
AHANA facilitates social and educational meetings to facilitate fellowship among students interested in minority health concerns.
For more information, contact AHANA email@example.com or visit their WIN page at https://win.wisc.edu/organization/ahanaprehealthsociety.
Asian American Student Union is an organization that focuses on issues that pertain to the Asian American community while providing a space for discussion and support. In addition to workshops and discussions, AASU holds social events to endorse community and networking among the students, staff and faculty. With the academic and social platform we provide, AASU holds workshops concerning past and present issues within the Asian American community, social gatherings for networking, and general body meetings to establish membership and commitment.
For more information, contact AASU firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their WIN page at
FASO aims to educate and spread awareness about Filipino culture & history, to foster friendships, identify with each other and work towards a common goal. FASO is based on the spirit of bayanihan; the values of family, community and exploring one’s sense of self.
For more information, contact FASO at email@example.com or visit their WIN page at
The mission of the Hmong American Student Association is to:
1. Promote higher education;
2. Serve as a bridge between students, community leaders, and scholars with the Hmong community and the broader American community;
3. Address the concerns and needs of students and the Hmong community such as Hmong Human Rights, Students’ Rights and Civil Rights;
4. Provide leadership opportunities for aspiring students;
5. Serve as a resource for students;
6. Serve as a channel to develop, display, and recognize the talents and creativity of the students.
For more information, contact HASA at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their home page at https://win.wisc.edu/organization/HASA.
The purpose of the India Students Association is to promote and increase awareness of South Asian heritage and culture through education, campus events, and community involvement, while also providing a place for social networking.
For more information, contact ISA email@example.com or visit their WIN page at
The mission of the Multicultural Greek Council shall be to foster a unified multicultural community, to promote scholarship, service, respect, camaraderie and cultural awareness, while creating an inclusive and supportive network for future growth and development.
For more information, contact MGC at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their WIN page at
The Muslim Students Association is a cultural, social, educational, and religious organization dedicated to learning, activism, and spirituality on campus. MSA is open to all UW and Madison community members. This organization provides you with a great environment to meet Muslims, learn from renowned lecturers, and practice Islam as freely as possible. The MSA holds numerous events every semester that range from socials, to volunteering opportunities, speaker events, interfaith dialogue, and many, many more.
For more information, contact MSA at email@example.com or visit their WIN page at
The objective of NPHC is to:
- To serve as the governing body for all nationally recognized and chartered Black Greek Letter Organization chapters approved for membership and activity by the National Pan-Hellenic Council as well as the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
- To nurture the free exchange of information, experiences, and accomplishments and foster cooperation between the member organizations.
- To encourage and maintain a high level of scholarship and service for the member organizations.
- To educate the University of Wisconsin–Madison student population about NPHC and its member organizations.
- To maintain high inter-Greek relationships.
- To assist the University in the attainment of its educational, cultural and judicial objectives.
Target H.O.P.E, a college preparatory academy in part, enhances educational opportunities for minority students attending public high schools in the Chicago metropolitan area. Healing, Opportunity, Pride and Empowerment are the concepts through which Target H.O.P.E creates innovative academic retention strategies to combat the high school dropout crisis and increase minority graduation rates in higher education.
Vietnamese Student Association participates in many cultural events that enhance awareness for the Vietnamese community as well as the campus community. Events like Tet (Vietnamese New Year), Culture night, Volunteering, & Fundraising.
For more information, contact VSA at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their WIN page at
The Wisconsin Black Student Union (WBSU) is designed to foster an environment that better suits the needs of Black students and stands behind the philosophy that through utilizing our talents,we can make our presence felt on UW-Madison's campus.
For more information, contact WBSU at email@example.com or visit their WIN page at
Student Orgs Not Pictured:
Nepali Students Association
The purposes of this association are to:
- To promote awareness of Nepal and Nepalese culture to UW-Madison and local communities in Madison.
- To bring Nepalese community together
- To facilitate without prejudice, with available capacity , all individuals and institutions that contribute to advancement of Nepal and Nepalese people
- To bring awareness of existing situations in Nepal so that the members can discuss and create action-plans that produce appropriate solutions
- To facilitate incoming students at UW-Madison with necessary information and help
For more information, contact NSA at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thai Student Association
Thai Student Association (TSA) was officially founded as a registered organization at University of Wisconsin-Madison in fall 1987. Since then, TSA has represented Thai Student body not only on campus, but also in the city of Madison and the state of Wisconsin. Among activities that have become TSA traditions are semesterly Welcome Party, Cultural Shows, Sports Day and Graduation Party.
For more information, contact TSA at email@example.com
Undergraduate Student National Dental Association
USNDA, UW-Madison Chapter is a pre-dental student organization, founded on the basis of providing aspiring dental students with resources that will help them become a well-rounded applicant to dental school, as well as provide service to the community.
For more information, contact USNDA at firstname.lastname@example.org
Multicultural Greek Council
Alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority Inc.
Alpha Pi Omega Sorority Inc.
Chi Sigma Tau National Fraternity Inc.
Corazones Unidos Siempre/Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority Inc.
Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority Inc.
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc.
Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority Inc.
Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc.
Omega Delta Phi Fraternity Inc.
Sigma Lambda Beta International FraternityInc.
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc.
National Pan-Hellenic Council
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Omega Phi Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.