Sunday, Mar. 9, 2014
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The Office of International and Intercultural Programs (OIP) serves as a resource center for the entire College community. The OIP seeks to foster the international and intercultural vision of the College as well as support and administer a wide range of opportunities for students
Alpha Kappa Alpha is the oldest Greek letter organization established in America by black college women. AKA is a sisterhood composed of women who have consciously chosen this affiliation as a means of self-fulfillment through volunteer service. Alpha Kappa Alpha cultivates and encourages high scholastic and ethical standards and promotes unity and friendship among college women.
The American Indian Council strives to promote American Indian culture among the Virginia Wesleyan community. The council provides a meeting place for native students and those who wish to learn more about the culture.
The Asian American Society promotes Asian culture and supports other cultural groups at Virginia Wesleyan and in the community. The society welcomes all students who are Asian and those who are interested in the Asian culture.
The Black Student Union helps blacks and other minorities adapt academically and socially to college life. The students reach out to the Hampton Roads area through positive community events. The union also brings together all aspects of black student life to improve the campus environment for all.
Men's Bible study-group.
Campus Kaleidoscope serves as an umbrella organization to bring individual students and student organizations together to sponsor and coordinate events that will promote mutual understanding and respect among all peoples. Founded by the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) in 1985 as a pilot program at several colleges and universities across the United States. The goal of the organization is to prepare college students for effective citizenship in our richly diverse society. Kaleidoscope events provide opportunities for students to discuss and learn about political, economic, moral, and social issues in an environment where the views of people of different racial, social, political, and religious backgrounds are represented and welcome. The events are designed to enhance appreciation of our differences, develop personal and institutional understanding of bias, bigotry, and racism, and empower student leaders to include those who are different to make our campus community more inclusive and as a result, more productive and innovative.
The Cultural Arts Society works to educate the community about cultural awareness through the arts.
The Equality Alliance is an association that supports gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender student rights.
The International Student Organization is dedicated to promoting international awareness and cultural diversity throughout the Virginia Wesleyan community.
Marline Steppers is a dance troupe with its cultural roots in the traditional art of African American step dancing.
Student movement present on over 200 campuses, dedicated to educating others on Darfur, raising relief funds, and advocating for political action.
Promotes interest and understanding of Judaism in the past, present and future.
S.A.L.S.A. provides the opportunity for the campus community to participate and learn about the Hispanic culture.
The Virginia Wesleyan Anime Club gives students the opportunity to learn about popular culture in Japan and Asia through animation (anime) and its various outlets, contemporary Japanese and Korean music as well as print media (manga). Founded by the fans for the fans.