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Diversity Organization Council

All student clubs are invited each year to participate in the Diversity Organization Council (DOC), a coalition that meets once a month to share information and collaborate with the IC and each other. The IC supports DOC through advocacy, publicity, space, and other resources. Signature collaborations include the fall Diversity Dance and Diversity Retreat.
Learn more about each diversity club through SPOT, which can be accessed via my.stmarys-ca.edu.

Click here to view a calender of diversity club meetings and much more.

Check back often or contact the clubs directly as meeting times and locations are subject to change.

Learn more about each diversity club through SPOT, which SMC students can access via my.stmarys-ca.edu.

DOC Commitment Form 

Asian Pacific American Student Association (APASA)- [email protected]

APASA fosters a strong sense of community among Asian Pacific American students and their allies, and provides an opportunity to learn about various Asian cultures through weekly meetings, communiy service opportunities, and other special events. 

Ballet Folklorico Guadalupano (BFG)- [email protected]

BFG's mission is to preserve and showcase the splendor of Mexico's traditional dance, music, dress, and history, and to encourage cultural exchanges between our community and the people of the various cultures represented at Saint Mary's College of California. 

Black Student Union (BSU)- [email protected]

BSU enhances the experience of black students by holding frequent meetings, sponsoring social events, and hosting guest speakers to explore issues in education, politics, history, economics, and culture affecting the African American community.

French Club- [email protected]

French Club is a community of students dedicated to the appreciation of French and Francophone culture. Members participate in various discussions, gatherings, and outings centered around the language, art, history, and cuisine of France and other French-speaking countries.

Hermanas Unidas (HaU)- [email protected]

HaU combines academics, community service, and social activities to unite and support Chicanas/Latinas in their quest for higher education, while emphasizing Hermandad.

La Hermandad (LaH)- [email protected]

La Hermandad's main endeavor lies in creating a familia focused on Chicano and Latino cultures. La Hermandad's mission is to create a powerful and sensitive hermandad oriented around preserving, understanding, and adding to Chicano and Latino history and culture.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)- [email protected]

IVCF is an interdenominational group dedicated to helping members grow in their relationship with God. InterVarsity provides weekly small group Bible studies, community meetings, retreats, and fun events to help meet students' spiritual needs.

People Rallying for Identity Development & Equality (PRIDE)- [email protected]

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 activites. PRIDE seeks to end discrimination, harassment, prejudice, and violence against the queer and trans* community. PRIDE challenges heterosexism and the gender binary system. PRIDE works to promote diversity and inclusivity on campus, as well as promote diversity within the inclusive LGBTQQIAA community.

Polynesian Club (POLY)- [email protected]

POLY creates a welcoming environment teaching and sharing the traditions of the indigenous people of the Polynesian islands.

IC Spring Calendar
(PDF printable version)

IC Google Calendar
(programs and meetings)