Asian Pacific American Student Assembly

APASA

The Asian Pacific American Student Assembly (APASA) dedicates its programming to the USC Asian Pacific American community. APASA aims to foster a sense of community and solidarity, showcase the rich diversity of Asian Pacific American cultures, create awareness for important social issues, and advocate for APAs on campus. Not only does APASA provide activities which foster leadership, friendship, and communication in the APA population, but APASA also nurtures the entire community’s growth by proactively integrating the diversity of the campus into its programming.

APASA’s traditional events include:

  1. Member Org. Culture Shows
  2. Winter Formal
  3. Tournament of Champions
  4. Homecoming Tailgate
  5. APA Heritage Festival & Night Market
  6. Asian Pacific Graduate Celebration

Other past events:

  1. From Better Luck Tomorrow to Finishing the Game panel with Justin Lin, Sung Kang, Roger Fan
  2. APAs in the Media panel feat. Wong Fu Productions
  3. Concerts (e.g. featuring Far East Movement)
  4. APASA Idol and Student Performances
  5. Discussion panels
  6. Film Screenings (e.g. “In God’s House” documentary screening: APA GLBTs and the Church)
How to get Involved

Visit our website at www.uscapasa.com.

If there are any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact apasa@usc.edu.

Director: Gloria Kim

Assistant Director: Alison Chang

Meeting Times: Mondays 6pm (TCC 350)