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In the fall of 1997, in response to a need for a student organization at Oklahoma State University that encompassed all Asian American students, the Asian American Student Association (AASA) was founded. AASA promotes unity within diversity by raising the awareness of Asian culture and also bringing to the forefront issues concerning Asian Americans on campus. AASA provides numerous opportunities to gain leadership skills, engage in community service, and network with other Asian American organizations within Oklahoma and the Midwest region.

Minority Women’s Association (MWA) Minority Women’s Association seeks to foster a sense of accountability and social responsibility within Oklahoma State University, primarily among minority women, MWA looks to bridge the gap between new generation women and their predecessors via outreach, conferences, programs of uplift and community service.

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Vietnamese American Student Association VASA was established in 1979 at Oklahoma State University. VASA’s primary focus is to promote Vietnamese American culture around the OSU campus by creating an atmosphere of unity and friendship. VASA members make this organization a more diverse and vibrant campus organization. VASA hold activities such as Harvest Moon Festival, Vietnamese Cultural Dinner, Pho Night, Volunteer service and fundraiser activities.

Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP) program The Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP), funded by the National Science Foundation, supports underrepresented students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The program nurtures and assists students through undergraduate programs while creating opportunities to interact with faculty and scientists, participate in research activities, present at national conferences and prepare for the transition into graduate programs or the workforce. Program activities include monthly meetings, networking and professional development events, as well as one-on-one guidance and advice.

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Asian American Faculty & Staff Association AAFSA promotes fellowship among OSU faculty and Staff of Asian origin. Its objective is to liaise with cultural/civic/international organizations within OSU to promote or collaborate on common activities and also serve as a liaison between OSU administration and faculty and staff of Asian origin.

Delta Epsilon Psi In October 1998, Delta Epsilon Psi became the first South-Asian service Fraternity in the Southern region of the United States. Delta Epsilon Psi is committed to developing individuals to their maximum potential in order to help serve the needs of the community.

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OSU-Asian Alumni Association The Oklahoma State University Asian Alumni Association aims to sustain the wonderful friendships Asian students have established while at OSU. It provides opportunities to develop new contacts and networks with other OSU Asian Alumni and also service to the Asian community locally as well as globally.

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DISTRIBUTION OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE DEGREES GRANTED TO ASIAN AMERICANS BY COLLEGE OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014

Human Sci 7.14%

Engr, Arch, & Tech 21.43%

Ag Sci & Nat Res 0.00% Arts & Sci 30.36%

UNDERGRADUATE

Education 7.14% Spears School of Bus 33.93%

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Graduate College 3.33% Engr, Arch, & Tech 23.33%

Human Sci 3.34%

Ag Sci & Nat Res 6.67% Arts & Sci 13.33%

GRADUATE

Education 10.00%

Spears School of Bus 40.00%

Note: Interdisciplinary graduate programs that do not have a speciďŹ c area of specialization are reported in the Graduate College. This page does not include the 90 professional degrees granted by the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.


DISTRIBUTION OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE ENROLLMENT OF ASIAN AMERICANS BY COLLEGE OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY FALL 2013

Human Sci 6.62%

Ag Sci & Nat Res 1.26%

LASSO Cntr. 8.52%

Arts & Sci 25.55%

UNDERGRADUATE

Engr, Arch, & Tech 28.71%

Spears School of Bus 25.24%

Education 4.10% Ag Sci & Nat Res 6.06%

Human Sci 5.05% Graduate College 18.18%

Engr, Arch, & Tech 13.13%

Education 12.12%

Arts & Sci 11.11%

GRADUATE

Spears School of Bus 34.35%

Note: Interdisciplinary graduate programs that do not have a speciďŹ c area of specialization are reported in the Graduate College. This page does not include enrollment in the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.

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For more information please contact:

Coordinator of Asian American Affairs Office of Multicultural Affairs Institutional Diversity (405) 744-5481 oma@okstate.edu http://oma.okstate.edu

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Institutional Diversity 408 Whitehurst

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078-1060 Phone: 405.744.9154 Fax: 405.744.5576

Email: diversity@okstate.edu http://diversity.okstate.edu

Oklahoma State University, in compliance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Higher Education Act), the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and other federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, or status as a veteran, in any of its policies, practices or procedures. This provision includes, but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. The following have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Director of Equal Opportunity, 408 Whitehurst, OSU, Stillwater, OK 74078-1035; Phone 405-744-9154; email: eeo@okstate.edu. This publication, issued by Oklahoma State University as authorized by (originating authority), was printed by (printing vendor) at a cost of $(cost of printing only). (Number printed) / (year and month printed).


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