Asian American/Pacific Islander Resource Center
The Navigator 2012-14
The Asian American/Pacific Islander Resource Center (AA/PIRC) provides and enhances opportunities for education and dialogue on issues affecting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, as well as opportunities for leadership development and community building. AA/PIRC aims to address students’ multiple and diverse academic, social, cultural, and other co-curricular needs through programs and services. Programs include Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Year End Ceremony for graduating seniors, leadership skills workshops, graduate school panels, and community receptions. AA/PIRC events also highlight writers, performance artists, scholars, and community leaders. Through AA/PIRC, students benefit from networking with individuals and resources such as alumni, faculty and staff, off-campus community-based organizations, and on-campus student organizations.
AA/PIRC is located on the third floor of the Bay Tree Building with the African American, American Indian, and Chicano Latino Resource Centers. Add your e-mail address to AA/PIRC’s listserv to receive announcements on leadership, scholarship, internship opportunities, events, and community news. For more information, call 459-5349; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Asian American/Pacific Islander Resource Center web site.