Find your niche and expand your network.

At Daniels, you can connect with fellow students and alumni with similar interests and backgrounds through a myriad of student organizations. Below is a sampling of the student groups that reflect the diversity found at Daniels.

Student Organizations Promoting Inclusiveness

Read more about Daniels and University of Denver student organizations that encourage inclusive excellence by visiting each group’s website, if available. For organizations that do no have a website, contact the DU Office of Student Life for more information.

Asian Student Alliance (ASA)

ASA, formerly CAPSA, addresses the issues that Asian-American youth face today. Their mission is to provide an academic, political and social support group for each Asian-American student through community events aimed at promoting cultural awareness, volunteering in the local community and networking on campus.

Black Student Alliance (BSA)

BSA promotes diversity within the DU community by providing educational programs and speakers as well as liaisons between DU, the African-American Alumni Association and Denver’s African-American community. BSA also encourages academic excellence, personal achievement, cultural awareness and recruitment of African-Americans and other minorities.

Daniels Graduate Women in Business (DGWiB)

Daniels Graduate Women in Business provide a values-based network of women who advocate personal growth, leadership development and future opportunities in the business community.

Hawaii Club

The Hawaii Club strives to bring the Aloha spirit to all members of the DU community through awareness of Hawaiian culture and heritage.

Hindu Students Council (HSC)

HSC is an international forum that provides opportunities to learn about Hindu heritage through various activities, events and projects. HSC presents ample opportunities for self-development at the spiritual and professional level. HSC welcomes people of all backgrounds interested in learning more about Hindu dharma. We are committed to increasing interfaith dialogue between people of differing backgrounds.

Korean Student Association (KSA)

The goal of KSA is to support Korean students and promote relationships between the Korean community and other communities at DU.

Latino Student Alliance (LSA)

LSA fosters unity among people of Latino background and the campus community by promoting diversity awareness at DU. It helps Latino students maintain a good academic standing and works toward fostering a better understanding between Latino students and the surrounding community.

National Society of Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH)

NSMH is a student-run organization dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusion within the hospitality field. Through education and relationships with hospitality professionals, we aim to increase the recruitment, retention, support and advancement of minority students in the hospitality industry.

Native Student Alliance (NSA)

The NSA consists of (but is certainly not limited to) students and faculty of indigenous American descent. Our focus is to increase native awareness around the DU community and to provide fellowship and support for members. 

Pi Lambda Chi Latina Sorority, Inc.

The mission of Pi Lambda Chi is to create a strong sisterhood and an educational support network for women on college campuses. Pi Lambda Chi seeks to preserve Latina/o culture and history, as well as to promote education and community service in the Latina/o communities surrounding their campuses. Pi Lambda Chi welcomes women of all ethnicities and backgrounds.

Queer Straight Alliance (QSA)

QSA is open to all gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, straight or other people in the DU community. The group is focused on serving not only as a social circle, but also as a support group to help those seeking answers and as an activist entity with a focus on queer rights in America.

Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)

VSA’s activities include cultural celebrations, community service, fundraisers and social gatherings to promote the Vietnamese community’s presence on the DU campus and beyond. The group also aims to generate friendship and harmony between the Vietnamese community and others through better mutual understanding.

Professional Organizations Promoting Diversity