Asian pacific american community center

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The vision of the Asian Pacific American Cultural Center is to foster a space for affirming and healing student identities affiliated with the center and to create a space for fellowship and community building. The APACC provides a supportive and inclusive environment while providing programs that empower students, faculty, staff and community members to excel in their endeavors, stretch themselves to experience diversity, engage in activism, make positive choices, and serve their community. It is equipped with: a fully-stocked kitchen, a living and dining room, game and study rooms, a library, wireless internet Netflix, Pandora computer and printers for our patrons to use, TVs, DVD players, various board games, and a karaoke machine. The APACC resource center has anything you need to host a program, make a meal, study, or simply relax and socialize with friends!

Asian Pacific American Community Center

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Assignment to the AAPI community is subject to approval of the application and space availability. All applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis in contract date order. Assignment to the APA Thematic Community is subject to approval of the application and space availability. This page is a place for Asian American and Pacific Islander incoming freshmen students like you to build a community by meeting new friends, connect with each other, and learn about campus life and opportunities from upperclassmen. Meloddy Gao, a rising senior studying Environmental Management, has committed to live in and be a mentor for the APA Thematic Community for the school year. She will be checking the facebook page and will answer any questions you may have. When I moved here, I was really happy with my choice because I can strike a balance between academics and social life.

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