Rice Bowl

Thank you to everyone who participated and supported APACC’s annual Fall 2014 Rice Bowl!  

A very special thank you to the staff at Chippers Lanes (on North College) for providing a welcoming and fun environment, and all of our wonderful sponsors!


Fall 2014 Competition Winners

Highest Average Team Score: Team Chopsticks

Highest Average Individual Score (under 13): Xali from Team The Great White Sharks in Costume While Bowling on Sunday

Highest Average Individual Score:  Susan from Team Tutu Much

Best Average Team Effort: Team Candy

Best Average Individual Effort: Lewon from Team Candy

Best Team Name:  Team Super Rejects

Best Individual Costume: Duy the Plug Head from Team 3-Star

Best Team Costume:  Beam Team

Most Spirited Team: Team Tutu Much

Most Spirited Individual:  Terry Koo from Team Chopsticks

For more pictures click here!













All Nations Leadership Retreat

APACC and the Native American Cultural Center will be holding our All Nations Leadership Retreat this fall from Friday, September 25th- Sunday, September 27th at YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, CO!

Early each fall semester, APACC collaborates with the Native American Cultural Center (NACC) to organize the All Nations Leadership Retreat. This free retreat is focused on engaging with the Asian Pacific American and Native American communities on campus. Participants gain a greater appreciation of diversity, leadership skills and new friends! 

This will be an opportunity to meet diverse students and engage in shared community on a retreat filled with fun and exciting get-to-know-you activities, leadership development opportunities, and a chance to explore and discuss Asian Pacific American and Native American identity with other students. This retreat is free to all CSU students, and you can sign up by stopping by our office and filling out a registration form.  You can also download the registration form and fill it out by clicking here.  The forms must be turned in to the APACC office by September 11, so don't delay!

If you have any questions about the Retreat, feel free to email us at



Asian Pacific Islander Awareness Month

Asian Pacific Islander Awareness Month(formerly Asian Fest) is a month-long spring celebration of Asian and Pacific Islander cultures and is APACC's oldest tradition. APACC collaborates with other offices to plan a variety of events throughout the celebration. In the past we have had groups many amazing groups preform and share Asian Pacific Islander culture with the CSU campus. These groups include:

-Beats Rhymes and Rice
-Denver Taiko
-Harry Shum Jr.
-Jessica Cox
-Oak and Gorski
-Quest Crew's Victor Kim
-Hip Hop performance from Kiwi from Native Guns
-Hines Ward



Visit the office or e-mail to get involved!



APACC Awards Ceremony

Every year APACC hosts an awards ceremony to acknowledge and celebrate the accomplishments of our students, faculty, and staff.


Below are the forms to nominate an individual or organization who has dedicated their time and commitment to the community. 

Dr. Linda Ahuna-Hamill Outstanding Student Award Click here to nominate

Outstanding Student Organization Award Click here to nominate

Outstanding Student Organization Officer Award Click here to nominate

Outstanding Student Volunteer Award Click here to nominate

Outstanding APACC Student Staff Award Click here to nominate

Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award Click here to nominate