The following organizations are part of the Diversity Organization Council (DOC). DOC meets once a month to share information and collaborate with the Intercultural Center (IC) and each other. The IC supports DOC through advocacy, publicity, space, and other resources.
Asian Pacific American Student Association (APASA)
APASA is committed to building and maintaining an inclusive community through social and cultural events. APASA provides education of the Asian Pacific American experience while collaborating with local and extended communities through social justice awareness and community service, thus encompassing an atmosphere in which we are not only a family, but a family that cares.
Ballet Folklorico Guadalupano (BFG)
BFG preserves and showcases the splendor of Mexico's traditional dance, music, dress and history. BFG performs traditional dances from different regions of Mexico at various events such as Latino Culture Night, Latino Graduation, the celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and any other events that different departments may ask us to do.
Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU creates a safe, supportive and inclusive community. By providing opportunities for all students to increase awareness of Black culture with an emphasis on Black social, political, intellectual, and spiritual traditions, BSU seeks to challenge its membership to actively address political, social and cultural injustices while at the same time celebrating and acknowledging the advancement of people of color at Saint Mary's and beyond.
The French Club holds meetings and events for students interested in furthering their knowledge of French culture.
Hermanas Unidas (HaU)
HaU combines academics, community service and social activities to unite and support Chicana(o)/Latina(o)s in their quest for higher education, while emphasizing Hermandad. HaU creates an environment for students to come together and educate the community about issues that affect women, with the goal of creating positive change.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)
IVCF is a nondenominational Christian group dedicated to helping members grow in their relationship with God. IVCF provides weekly small group Bible studies, monthly large group meetings, mission trips, retreats and fun events to help meet students' spiritual needs and share a passion for Christ.
LaH develops leadership skills and a readiness to serve by raising consciousness in ourselves and on our campus about the social, cultural, historical, and political issues that affect our communities, through education, advocacy, creative expressions, student organized workshops, demonstrations, and events.
People Rallying for Identity Development & Equality (PRIDE)
PRIDE is dedicated to creating a safe space and environment for all LGBTQQIAA students, staff, faculty, administrative officials, and guests. This is achieved through providing educational programming and community building activities. We seek to end discrimination, harassment, prejudice, and violence against this community. We work to promote diversity and inclusivity on campus, as well as promote diversity within the inclusive LGBTQQIAA community.
The Polynesian Club creates a welcoming environment teaching and sharing the traditions of the indigenous people of the Polynesian islands.