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Asian / Pacific American Student Programs

Mission

The Asian Pacific American Student Program (APASP) is responsible for developing and implementing services that support the personal and intellectual development of Asian/Pacific students. APASP works in conjunction with University of Minnesota Duluth departments, staff, and faculty to recruit, retain, and graduate Asian/Pacific students. APASP also coordinates campus-wide efforts to increase understanding of Asian/Pacific American issues both within and outside the University.

Sponsored Annual Events

  • Asian Cultural Show
  • Asian History Awareness Month
  • Bubble Tea Fundraiser

Asian / Pacific American Student Association (APAA)

The Asian/Pacific American Association (APAA) helps to provide an environment for social and educational interaction where students can get involved, interact, and foster leadership development among the various groups of Asian Americans and the greater Duluth community.

Asian / Pacific American Student Association Home Page

Contact Information

Program Director
Kaohlee Vue
235 Kirby Student Center
(218) 726-6335
vuexx112@d.umn.edu
Asian / Pacific American Student Association Office
270J Kirby Student Center
(218) 726-6075
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