Stephen F. Austin State University

OMA Endorsed Organizations

OMA Endorsed Organizations: Organizations under the Auspices of the Office of Multicultural Affairs

ASO (African Student Organization)

Meetings: Tuesdays 6:00 p.m., BPSC Tiered Classroom (located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center)

Organization Contact Email: sfasuaso23@yahoo.com

Twitter: @SFA_ASO

Mission: The mission of the African Student Organization is to promote cultural and social awareness of African students among the students and faculty members. We work to facilitate better communication and understanding between African students and other members of the SFA community, while encouraging activities that portray the noble cultural treasures of the African continent.

President: Jeffery Agouna

ACC (Asian Culture Club)

Meetings: Wednesdays 7:00p.m., Tejas Room 2.405 (located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center)

Dues: $10.00 a semester

Organization Contact Email: acc4lyfe.sfasu@gmail.com

Facebook: Asian Culture Club - SFASU

Twitter & Instagram: @ACC_SFASU

Mission: The mission of the Asian Culture Club is to promote and strengthen the SFA community's awareness of Asian cultures. We serve as a source to promote social, racial and cultural tolerance. ACC also offers an opportunity for its members to understand, appreciate and respect the Asian cultures through social, educational and cultural events.

President: Kiona Burgess

OLA (Organizations of Latin Americans)

Meetings: Tuesdays 7:00 p.m., BPSC Multimedia Room (located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center, near Starbucks)

Dues: $15 per semester + $10 for t-shirt

Organization Contact Email: Olasfa16@gmail.com

Twitter: @OLA_SFA

Instagram: OLASFA

Facebook: Organization of Latin Americans SFASU

Mission: The Organization of Latin Americans strives to bring cultural, educational, social and political awareness about Latin America. We recognize and acknowledge the diversity within our Latino community and work to build and integrate a space where we can all come together cohesively and expand perspectives, increase access to resources, and enrich students' academic, professional and social experiences. We hope to serve as a resource in the development of the next generation of Latino and Latina leaders. We do this through hosting social and cultural events, roundtable discussions on pressing topics that members vote on, attending conferences and hosting group outings.

President: Diana Sosa

LCA (Lumberjack Cultural Association)

Meetings: Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., Location TBA

Organization Contact Email: amberstafford01@gmail.com

Twitter: @LCASFA

Instagram: LCA_SFA

Mission: The purpose of the Lumberjack Cultural Association is to efficiently and effectively provide a variety of diverse, social, recreational, cultural, entertaining and educational programs that enhance the SFA and Nacogdoches communities in an aspect of diversity and multiculturalism.

President: Amber Stafford

NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)

Meetings: Tuesdays 7:00 p.m., BPSC Tiered Classroom (located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center)

Dues: $15 if you are under 21, $30 if you are over 21

Organization Contact Email: sfasunaacp@gmail.com

Twitter: @SFASU_NAACP

Instagram: SFASU_NAACP

Mission: The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all people and to eliminate race-based discrimination.

President: Michaela Gabrielle

Men of Achievement

Meetings: TBA

Organization Contact Email: jabyreem@gmail.com

Twitter: @MenOAchievement

Instagram: menofachievement

Mission: Men of Achievement is established for the purpose of training Christian and professional based leadership and preparing well-versed, well-rounded, college men for college life and society.

President: Jabyree McMaster

Student Organization Recommendation who Are Advised Under the Auspices of the Office of Multicultural Affairs

ATTENTION: Students interested in Executive Board Positions under the Auspices of the Office of Multicultural Affairs must read the following terms prior to organizational elections.

Recommendation for Student Organizations supported and advised by the Office of Multicultural Affairs; each Executive Board Member: