Asian & Pacific Islander Community Resources
The CREDE aims to provide services and programs that support the collegiate experience of Asian and Pacific Islander identified students, while also providing opportunities for engagement and education to the rest of the University community on the culture, identities, and experiences of Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the United States and abroad. Throughout the year we will offer a variety of programs that range in focus from social to educational that highlight the API diverse communities. Contact Kiah Glenn for more information (email@example.com)
Food For Thought
Food For Thought is a monthly town hall gathering in the CREDE where we will hold informal discussions around a variety of topics that affect Asian/Pacific Islander students; both here on campus and in larger society. The town halls are a safe space to learn from one another and will help foster a system of support and skills that will help you traverse your time at Elon University and in life beyond.
Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage Month
During the month of April the CREDE will be celebrating Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month. We will spend the month paying tribute to the generations of Asian and Pacific Islanders who have enriched America’s history and are instrumental in its future success; through collaborative programming, events, conversations and much more.
Asian Pacific Student Association
APSA aims to provide a space for Elon students who identify as Asian, Asian-American, or Pacific Islander, as well as for Elon students who are interested in learning about different Asian and Pacific cultures.
Asian Studies at Elon University
The Asian Studies minor at Elon offers students an interdisciplinary program to study the art, history, geography, religion, languages, philosophy, politics, economics and societies of this vast, diverse continent. Students also acquire a comparative context for their understanding of Asia in its relations with the US and other parts of the world. Asian Studies aims to provide students with a depth of knowledge and multiple critical perspectives with which to understand how these diverse locales have been and continue to be interwoven with the global.
S.M.A.R.T Mentor Program
The Student Mentors Advising Rising Talent program is designed to ease the transition from high school to college, both academically and socially, for first-year students. The SMART Program centers the experiences of the ALANAM community through a Community Cultural Wealth Model. First-year students learn from upper level classmates who are trained to provide guidance and support to make Elon University a more welcoming environment. See more information about the SMART program.