The Pacific Islander community on campus may be small in number, but the presence of the Pasifika community remains vibrant because of the 9 groups and initiatives that comprise, celebrate, and represent the Pacific Islander community and culture at the UW. The following groups are part of the PISC constituency:
Polynesian Student Alliance (PSA)
Meets Every Other Thursday (even numbered weeks Autumn 2017), 5-7PM at the Ethnic Cultural Center Native and Chicano Room
Micronesian Islands Club (MIC)
Meets Every Other Wednesday (even numbered weeks Autumn 2017), 5-7PM at the Ethnic Cultural Center Pacific Islander Room
Filipino American Student Association (FASA)
Meets Every Other Thursday (odd numbered weeks Autumn 2017), 5-7PM at the Ethnic Cultural Center Native and Chicano Room
Hui Hoaloha ‘Ulana (Hui)
Meets One Saturday each month, 11AM-12PM at varying locations.
Pacific Islander Partnerships in Education (P.I.P.E)
Meets Every Monday, 5-7PM at the Ethnic Cultural Center Pacific Islander Room. PIPE is a Pacific Islander study group overseen by the PIPE Supervisor, Professor Rick Bonus.
Pacific Islander Opportunity Network for Educational Equality and Representation (PIONEER)
Returning next school year! E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
A programming and event planning board that exists to advocate for Mental Health and Self Care awareness in the Asian and Pacific Islander community. Stop by the PISC Office if you would like to know more!
The Sisterhood of Pi Nu Iota (PNI)
The only Filipinx sorority on campus. Their sisterhood emphasizes youth and female empowerment. Stop by the PISC Office if you would like to know more!
AnakBayan Seattle (AnakBayan)
A youth and student organization working to educate, organize and mobilize our community to address important issues that affect Filipinos in the U.S. and the Philippines.
*More specific dates for RSO meetings are included in weekly PISC newsletters. Please e-mail email@example.com if you would like to be added to the mailing list.