The following organizations are student-run and managed with the supervision of the Division of Student Life. For a list of all student organizations, please visit https://sfsu.campuslabs.com/engage/organizations
Curated List of Student Resources
Spreads knowledge on how multiculturally diverse LatinX culture is and the impact the African diaspora had on LatinX culture.
The intention is to elevate the Central American narratives at SF State while aiding in a successful transition in and out of higher education.
Promote wellness by providing direct medical care, educational literature and student-run presentations on health-related topics (i.e., diabetes, malnutrition, hypertension, substance abuse) pervasive in the community we wish to serve. Most importantly, we are guided by the expressed needs of the community.
Phone: (415) 320-7758
Location: 1245 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Provides graduate and professional resources and leadership opportunities for predominately Latinx college students and alumni by participating in and organizing community service, collegial networking, retention, recruiting and academic/professional development events and workshops.
Promotes four pillars of education, politics, social change, as well as cultural awareness to the SF State and Bay Area community.
Hosts and organizes a range of annual activities and events in order to exercise critical thinking, raise cultural awareness and empower political consciousness amongst youth on campus and our communities.
Phone: (415) 338-1657
Location: Cesar Chavez Student Center T-117
The Latino/a/x Film club is a spotlight for aspiring Latin filmmakers and different ethnicities to share their common interest in Latin American culture and film.