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Cultural Clubs

MCISA professional staff mentors the following student organizations:

Association of African American Collegians (AAAC)

"The Association for African American Collegians is an organization devoted to diversity, community service, and unity through social events and social awareness while creating a sense of belonging for its members." This is an organization that is open to all races and ethnicities so feel free to check us out!

Advisor: Larry Morris, MCISA Coordinator and Corey Hawkins, Transitions Coordinator Reeg Academic Resource Center

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Brothers Empowered

Brothers Empowered is a brotherhood that men can openly express themselves within a group and discuss topics that may not get mentioned outside. The men of Brothers Empowered strive to be the best one can be each day. Brothers of this organization work together to devote themselves to education, culture, collaborating and support all while creating an environment that is conducive for men of color on campus.

Advisor: Larry Morris, MCISA Coordinator

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International Student Association

ISA's mission is to unite all students of diversity, and to acknowledge the cultural aspects and similarities that these diverse students offer to Webster University.ISA will also assist international students in adapting to campus and college life and to any other situations they may encounter. Membership to ISA is open to all students of Webster University without regard to race, sex, religion, place of origin , age, school status, handicap or sexual orientation.

Advisor: Bethany Keller, Assistant Director International Student Affairs MCISA

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Society for Women of Color

This mission of Society for Women of Color is to provide a nurturing and safe environment, specifically for women of color with similar interests on the Webster University campus, however, all are welcomed. This organization works to facilitate friendships and promote sisterhood through mentorships, communication and building trust and confidence. Society for Women of Color will hold events and discussions, through which everyone can share, listen, discuss and gain awareness of important issues that affect WoC and the world as a whole. This organization aims to create long lasting bonds and connections between the members through the promotion of similarities.

Advisor: Dr. Colette Cummings, Associate Dean of Students and Director MCISA

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Webster's LGBTQ Alliance

Webster LGBTQ Alliance is Webster University's only student organization catered toward the support, education, and rights of Webster's vibrant LGBTQ population, and the allies who support them.

Advisor: Larry Morris, MCISA Coordinator

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Other Cultural Clubs

Student organizations are student-led and recognized by Student Government Association. A current list of approximately 80 clubs and organizations sanctioned by the Student Government Association, as well as other activities, may be found at

If a student's particular interest is not represented, the staff in the Office of Student Engagement will help the student in forming a specific group. For inactive clubs, please contact the Office of Student Engagement and the MCISA for support in restarting the organization. 

Association of African Students

Chinese Student Association

Japanese Student Association

Joie de Vivre French Club (inactive)

Latin American Student Organization

Muslim Student Association

Sangam - Student Association of India (inactive)

Society of International Languages and Cultures (inactive)

Taste of Culture (inactive)

Tribe - Jewish Student Union (inactive)

Vietnamese Student Association (inactive)