There are over 100 multicultural student organizations at the University of Iowa that provide programming, service, educational programs, and cultural experiences to the campus community.
The Center for Student Involvement & Leadership is committed to promoting Multicultural Programs to the UI campus through planned activities at the four UI Cultural and LGBTQ Resource Centers, annual diversity programs, and student organization events.
The four UI Cultural and LGBTQ Resource Centers provide a "Home Away From Home" atmosphere for many students and can be utilized by any UI student or reserved for student organization events. The Centers also provide intra-and cross-cultural education, leadership and organizational development opportunities, social justice education, and change. The Centers compliment the academic mission of the University by enhancing students' inside and outside of the classroom.
African-American Cultural Center
Known as the Afro House, this space provides a supportive and inclusive environment and programs that empower students, faculty, staff and community members to excel in their endeavors, stretch themse...
Asian Pacific American Cultural Center
The Asian Pacific American Cultural Center (APACC) was established in 2003 to serve as a center for Asian American and Pacific Islanders at The University of Iowa to have a space to interact with othe...
Latino Native American Cultural Center
LNACC provides a supportive, inclusive environment as well as programs that empower students to excel and stretch themselves in diversity while offering opportunities to serve their community.The LNAC...