Join student groups leading the charge in making a difference on campus and around the world.
ALANA encourages students to engage in challenging conversation regarding current events and realities facing the multicultural community. We advocate for a safe space to educate one another on our shared and different experiences, and we celebrate the rich diversity in our different cultures by inviting others to join us in various cultural traditions such as Lunar New Year and Hispanic Heritage Month. Read more ➔
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International Student Organization (ISO)
The International Student Organization (ISO) is a community that cares for the spiritual, practical, and emotional needs of the international students by creating opportunities for fellowship and intentional relationship building. ISO also celebrates our different cultures, and enhances appreciation for them within the Gordon College community. Read more ➔
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Afro-Hamwe connects and unifies the students of African descent (Afro) on campus. It provides a space for Afro students to share their experiences and views on a variety of social, political, historical and religious topics and challenges members to act, whether it be internally (on-campus) or externally (off-campus). Members of Afro-Hamwe encourage cultural identity with the goal of empowering members to become productive members of society.
Asian Students in America (ASIA) serves to promote awareness of Asian heritage at Gordon College. The club connects and unifies students of Asian heritage and provides a space for them to share their experiences. It also provides a space for students to receive spiritual, personal, academic cultural and social support. Its goal is to experience, examine and increase awareness of the Asian identity by hosting social, educational, cultural and community service events.
La Raza exists to unify the Latino voice on campus and to have a place of inclusion and safeness governed by Christian principles. It provides a space for Latinx students to share their experiences and views on social, political, religious and historical topics that impact people of Hispanic heritage.
Multicultural Initiatives Office (MIO) Ambassadors
MIO Ambassadors aim to take care of multicultural students by providing social spaces that encourage community and support. They serve as dynamic leaders, celebrating multicultural heritage on campus by hosting events such as dinners, dances and conversations. Read more ➔
Connect with other students as you join multicultural worship opportunities.
“One Body” seeks to build community by leading the student body in meaningful worship that reflects the diversity of the Kingdom of God. “One Body” desires to praise God not just with song, but with action as well. We strive to unify the student body by providing a setting in which worship unities all individuals to praise and give honor to God.
"GOD'S CHOSEN" GOSPEL CHOIR
“God’s Chosen” Gospel Choir is dedicated to creating an environment of praise and worship for our campus, and performing in Chapel and at our annual Gospel Experience concert. We also aim to disciple and encourage one another through devotionals, prayer requests and testimonies.