Get involved in APACC with Peer Mentoring and PALS/Explore
If you are looking for a great way to get involved with the APACC family check out our peer mentoring program as well as the PALS and Explore program.
Peer Mentoring is a fun way for first year students to get to know other students as they navigate their freshman year at CSU. To join the program first year students can fill out this mentee application and upperclassmen students who wish to be mentors can fill out this application. Return the application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to Lory Student Center 333.
PALS and Explore is a k-3rd (PALS) and 4th-8th (Explore) and CSU student mentoring program. CSU students are paired up with Little PALS or Explorers and meet every other Sunday for fun cultural learning experiences. to join follow this link to the PALS and Explore page and fill out the applications. Return them by email or in person by September 12th 2015.
Welcome Class of 2019!
Your journey as a CSU ram is about to begin and APACC is excited to support you. With academic achievement, leadership and volunteerism opportunities there is something for everyone, and we hope you can find a program (or two) you'll enjoy.
So check out or page a little, get to know our programs, staff and events and stop by our beautiful office space in the Lory Student Center room 333.
In Loving Memory of Dr. Linda Ahuna-Hamill
Linda Mae Ahuna-Hamill, age 57, of Fort Collins, Colorado passed away on Friday, 5/22/15 while undergoing treatment for liver cancer at the Anschutz Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado. As a California native and long-time resident of Fort Collins, Linda obtained her Ph.D. in Sociology from Colorado State University and enjoyed working for over 30 years with that same institution. She began her career by creating and administering the advocacy office that became known as the Asian Pacific American Cultural Center (APACC), and made her final contributions as the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs.
Her love of life, sense of humor, intelligence and compassion created a very large community of friends and family. Those that Linda left behind include: husband, Albert Ahuna-Hamill; daughter Kylia Ayame Ahuna; stepdaughter, Laura; stepson, Thomas; mother Ayame Ahuna; sisters Carol and Patti, and; brothers James and Kevin. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and other individuals who were privileged to know Linda’s strength and grace.
On 5/30/2015, Colorado State University conducted a special program to celebrate Linda’s life. The program may be viewed below.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: (1) Kylia’s college fund. Checks made out to ‘Carol Ahuna’ and sent to: Asian Pacific American Cultural Center; 333 Lory Student Center; Fort Collins, CO 80523-8018; Attention: Kylia Ahuna OR; 2) the Colorado State University Foundation in support of APACC, https://advancing.colostate.edu/APACC
CSU Dragonboat Racing Team
We're excited to introduce the brand new CSU Dragonboat Racing Team! This newly formed student group is getting ready to train for the Denver Dragonboat Racing Festival in July. If you're interested in participating or have any questions about joining the group, please contact the group leader Annie.
Scholarships and job opportunities
Check out new scholarships that are available on our Job Openings and Scholarships page!
The Asian Pacific American Cultural Center provides programs and services to support the retention, graduation and success of students. The office contributes to an inclusive campus environment by providing resources for Asian/Pacific American awareness and education.
Physical Address: Lory Student Center 333 | Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm
Mailing Address: Asian Pacific American Cultural Center | Colorado State University | 8018 Campus Delivery | Fort Collins, CO 80523-8018
Phone: (970) 491-6154 | Email: email@example.com | Website: www.apacc.colostate.edu
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