|AASA Co-chair/FO Mixer||Novembwer 20th, 2014|
|Listen to the Silence||January 17, 2015|
The Asian American Students' Association (AASA) was founded at Stanford in 1971 and since then has been serving the Asian Pacific Islander Community at Stanford through education, organization, service, and action.
AASA acts both as an independent organization, and as the coordinating umbrella for over 30 officially or unofficially affiliated Asian Pacific American groups at Stanford. AASA currently has 17 official subgroups.
Listen to the Silence
Listen to the Silence (LTS) is Stanford's annual Asian American Issues conference, sponsored by AASA. This year's conference theme is "Towards Healing: Letting Go, Lifting Up".
|Stanford University Homepage||Asian American Studies|
|Asian American Activities Center||Asian American Sib Program|
Need Extra Funding?
AASA Mini-Grants are open for the year.
Please apply at least >three weeks in advance of your event.
Learn more about AASA mini-grants on the Subgroup Manual Page.