Faculty Adviser: Concilio Latino de Harvard
Concilio Latino is the University-wide organization which provides a forum for dialogue, coordination and communication for the Latino and Latin American cultural, performing, political, social and publication groups on campus. It is our goal to assist the Latin American and Latino communities at Harvard University in order to communicate and engage with each other to promote cultural, political, and social awareness. Historically, Concilio Latino has been responsible for sponsoring Latino Welcome Day and the Latino Graduation. This year, we hope to do more to excite the various Latino and Latino American organizations and create an ambiance at Harvard that fosters the Latin American and Latino cultures.
Faculty Adviser: Holoimua O Hawaii, Harvard University
Holoimua O Hawaii was founded in the midst of the winter blizzards of 1995. Huddled together, a group of dedicated Hawaii students founded this organization at Harvard both to promote awareness of Hawaii and to recall their roots in Hawaii. While we progress here as sojourners in a distant land, we will always keep at heart the phrase "Mau ke aloha no Hawaii - Love always for Hawaii".
Faculty Advisor: The Harvard College First Generation Student Union
The Harvard College First Generation Student Union is concerned with the welfare and community representation of first generation students at Harvard College. For the purposes of the organization, a first generation undergraduate student shall be defined as one whose parents or guardians have not completed a course of study at an accredited four-year undergraduate institution, or an equivalent and recognized qualification abroad. FGSU also works to support low-income or under-resourced students.