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Cultural Student Organizations

Please note: this list may not be complete. For more student organizations visit this page.

Asian Student Association
Embracing diversity by educating students and creating awareness for Asian Cultures.
Requirements: Students currently enrolled at TWU
Michelle Prudhomme:
Bilingual Education Student Organization
The purpose of BESO shall be to promote the content, the procedure, and philosophy of bilingual-bicultural/ESL education at TWU and the community. 
Requirements: Application and dues. 

Holly Hansen-Thomas:

Chinese Student Association
TWU Chinese Student Association provides activities for international students and non-international students. Students from the association cook authentic Chinese cuisine.
The collegiate G-Force organization is a peer mentoring program that enables and encourages high school students to realize their full potential and ability to pursue higher education.  

Requirements: Must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours, attend mandatory trainings, participate in
10-15hrs a month of Go Center activities, have a 2.8 GPA and be in good standing at TWU. 
Prefer mentors to be either first-generation college students and/or be identified as economically disadvantaged students.

Angelica Landeros:

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
To advance political awareness, educational attainment about laws, policies, and women’s rights in the community. 
Requirements: Good academic standing with the university and commitment to the

Dr. Claudia Sanchez:

Multicultural African Organization
Focused on educating the TWU campus and the Denton community about Africa through diversity. 
Requirements: Must have a 2.0 GPA, pay membership dues and have a community service interest. 
Winifred Mallam:
Multicultural Student Network
To heighten diversity/ cultural awareness and sensitivity within the TWU community. They will plan cultural celebrations and events for educational purposes. 
Requirements: Full time student, sophomore status with a minimum GPA of 2.75, work eligible. 
Michelle Prudhomme:
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
To make students aware of African American issues and to advance the economic, education, social and political status of all racial minorities. 
Requirements: Ages 20 and under dues is $15 (yearly) and ages 21 and up dues is $30 (yearly)  
Dr. Kenneth Foster:
National Association of Black Accountants
To address the professional needs of TWU business students and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance professions.
John Nugent:
Pride is dedicated to promoting affirmation, providing social support and a sense of community for LBGT students, and enhancing awareness about sexual minorities. 
Requirements: Attend meetings regularly. 


Progressive Black Student Organization
To promote unity, pride, integrity, and self to minority students on campus
Requirements: Must have a 2.0 GPA; be in good standing with the University.  
Michelle Buggs:
Taiwanese Student Association 
To provide help for the new Taiwanese students and exchange culture between Taiwan and U.S. 
Requirements: Be a current TWU Student. 
Ling H Jeng:


Cultural Sororities/Fraternities

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
To cultivate and encourage high scholastics and ethical standards. Promote unity and friendships among college students.
Michelle Buggs:

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
A non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through est. programs throughout the world.

Lisa D. Morgan:
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. 
To enhance the quality of life within the community, public service, leadership development and education of youth are the hallmark of the organization's program and activities.
Tonya Gilbeaux:
Sigma Lambda Alpha Sorority
Promote the importance of community service involvement and academic achievements as well as to educate and excel the stance of Latino Culture in the diversely enriched society. 
Diana Parada:
Sigma Lambda Gamma Natonal Sorority Inc.
Multi-cultural sorority that empowers women of all cultural backgrounds through our five principles.
Michelle Buggs:
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 
Service, scholarship, sisterhood and finer womanhood.
Tonya Gilbeaux:
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 
To exemplify the ideas of brotherhood, scholarship and service.
Michelle Buggs:




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Office of Intercultural Services

page last updated 3/23/2015 3:03 PM