Student Organizations Affiliated with APACC

Hui ʻO Hawaiʻi Club

Colorado State University's Hui ʻO Hawaiʻi club was established in 1985 by CSU students who recognized the need for a Hawaii-student support system. The club has evolved over time, providing aid to help students from Hawaii adjust to  college life, as well as promoting a better understanding of Hawaiian culture and history on campus and in the Fort Collins community.

The CSU Hui ʻO Hawaiʻi, along with APACC, helps sponsor various events throughout the year. Every spring semester, the club coordinates its annual LU'AU - a celebration of Hawaii's food, culture and Aloha Spirit. This club is also the only hula and Polynesian dance group in Fort Collins. Click here to learn more or get involved. 

​Alpha Phi Gamma 

Alpha Phi Gamma (A Phi G) is an Asian-American interest sorority on campus that was founded in 2008 by eight women. Alpha Phi Gamma is the first sorority of its kind on CSU campus and the second in the entire state of Colorado. The sorority was able to provide growth for a whole new group of women who might have not had the opportunity to be leaders on campus. The sorority was established to promote service and Asian Awareness to the University and to the community, allowing for all the different nationalities to discover what other cultures had to offer. Alpha Phi Gamma exists to provide service and Asian Awareness to the university and the surrounding communities for the betterment of society. They promotes scholarship and academic excellence, personal development and leadership. Recruitment is held every semester and the Sisters of APhiG invite everyone to join them. Click here to visit their website, follow them on facebook or contact their recruitment chair Jade at or


SASE: ​Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers. 

The Society of Asian Engineers and Scientists (SASE) at Colorado State University is a group that engages participation in the Asian community. SASE aims to expand and educate society about Asian Pacific American issues and also provide professional and academic development to its members. Everyone is welcome to join who is majoring in an Engineering or Scientific field. Students of Asian decent as well as students interested in Asian culture are encouraged to join. For more information, visit their facebook page or email

APASA: Asian Pacific American Student Association.

APASA is a student organization that helps students connect and learn about the Asian/ Pacific American culture. They help to organize the API awareness month series of events that happen in the spring semester. Check out their RamLink here to inquire about events and joining or check them out on their facebook page!


AAIV: Asian American InterVarsity

Ohana means family. Asian American InterVarsity (AAIV) at Colorado State University seeks to empower Asian American students to further God's Kingdom on campus and in the world, build community where everyone is welcomed, and explore our ethnic identity as Asian Americans. To get involved email You can also check out their webpage to view more about this organization. 


Muslim Student Association 

The Muslim Student Association is here to support CSU students in all aspects of their educational, cultural, spiritual, and social lives. We help to orient international students before and after their arrival to university and life in the US in general but Fort Collins in particular. We try to open a window, through various communication methods on the geographically and culturally diverse Muslim societies. And hold Islamic services and explain the Islamic way of life for who are interested. Check out their Muslim Student Association Facebook page for more information and to get connected.