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About the Jeh Vincent Johnson ALANA Cultural Center

The Center provides a myriad of resources and to support students of color and programs that foster cultural, social, academic and creative expressions. The Center offers opportunities for leadership development, intra-cultural and cross-cultural dialogues, lectures and opportunities to engage with faculty and administrators across campus. A comfortable and affirming gathering space is also provided for ALANA-affiliated student organizations.

The student organizations housed at the the Center include:

ALANA Senior Council (formerly the Council of Black Seniors)

African Students’ Union

Asian Students’ Alliance

Black Students’ Union

Students of Carribean Ancestry

Chinese Students’ Community

Japanese Association for Students

Korean Student’s Association/Sori

Latinx Students’ Union

Muslim Student’s Association

Middle East/North African Students’ Collective

Multi-Racial/Biracial Students’ Alliance

Native American & Indigenous Students' Alliance

South Asian Students Alliance

Southeast Asian Students’ Alliance

The director of the Center meets with students for personal, academic, and general advising and works with students of color on educational, social and cultural programming. The director also provides support to ALANA identifying student organizations and is available to meet with student leaders. The Center’s success is the result of the efforts ten student interns, an administrative assistant, a post-baccalaureate fellow, and you! Join us!

To schedule an appointment, to learn more about the Center and its resources or to talk about an advisement matter, students are encouraged to visit the administrative office located in the Jeh Vincent Johnson ALANA Cultural Center or call (845) 437-5954.