The University of Denver supports many groups representing the diversity of our institution. From student organizations, to faculty and staff associations, DU hopes to foster and support affinity groups of all kinds.
Check out all of our groups below. Don't see a group you think should be available? Let us know!
The University of Denver’s Black Student Alliance is an organization dedicated to promoting cultural awareness and solidarity on campus. One of our organization's main focuses is to foster the personal development of our membership, and to encourage them to become active community contributors.
President, Makia Jones
The University of Denver Asian Student Alliance focuses on the academic, political, and social aspects pertaining to the Asian American population on the DU campus through community events aimed at promoting political awareness and education, volunteering in the local community, and networking on campus.
President, Chau Phan
The purpose of the Latino Student Alliance is to create and provide a strong and positive support group for Latino populations on campus through the promotion of cultural awareness and inclusion.
President, Carina Garfio
BAMSA provides a space for students of mixed heritage and those interested in issues of mixed heritage to express their concerns and interests to each other and the University of Denver community at large.
President, Jordan Mohler
The Muslim Students Association (MSA) at DU is a non-exclusive student organization comprised of students at the University of Denver who are interested in building bridges between the Muslim minority on campus and the greater DU community.
President, Amina Bouayad
The purpose of QSA is to educate members within the DU community about issues that are being faced by the LGBTQIA community. We seek to teach about our history and to celebrate our struggles, victories, and diversity.
President, Queen Wilkes
The Vietnamese Student Association is an organization dedicated to shaping and enabling the leaders of tomorrow by increasing awareness of world cultures, diversity, and personal heritage in the context of modern society and issues and to creating a supportive and cooperative community to bring forth the talents and strengths of our constituent members.
President, Jeannie Doan
The Native Student Alliance is a student organization at the University of Denver mainly consisting of (but certainly not limited to) students and faculty of Indigenous descent. Our focus is to increase awareness and educate the DU, and greater Denver community about Native sociopolitical issues, all to push for social justice and a more inclusive, diverse community.
President, Danella Hall
The university’s first and only student organization for first generation students dedicated to building community and raising awareness.
President, Chris Florez
Advisor, Jasmine Pulce, M.Ed.
We, the Feminist Student Alliance, strive to empower undergraduate students at the University of Denver to be their authentic selves through action, discussion and awareness. We are committed to maintaining a sustainable student voice as the FSA works to create support for gender and women’s issues.
President, Emma Decker
Hillel is the center of Jewish life on campus. We are an integral part of campus social, cultural, educational, political, and religious life. Hillel at DU provides opportunities for Jewish students and those interested in Judaism to build Jewish community on campus.
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Contact, Darren Harvey
The Graduate Women's Council contributes to the holistic development of the University of Denver community through a feminist approach to empowerment. We provide leadership opportunities, foster an environment conducive to equal representation in higher education, and try to build alliances among various DU affinity groups comitted to social justice.
Contact, Jessica Johnson
Contact: Debbie Mixon Mitchell (contact here)
The DU Faculty of Color Association (FOCA) is a voluntary empowerment and advocacy group composed of faculty members from under-represented racial and ethnic groups within the University community. Meetings are held monthly on alternating Tuesdays and Wednesdays - join the listserve to receive notifications.
Contact Rufina Hernandez. (contact here)
The mission of the Staff of Color Association (SOCA) is to create a supportive community for promoting personal and professional growth through shared experiences, resources, and strategies for staff of color. Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from noon to 1:00 p.m.
Join the listserve.
WAND is committed to helping staff women at the University of Denver achieve their highest potential as employees by means of advocacy, education, development, networking, and leadership.