AARCC News and Upcoming Events
JOIN US!!! Asian American and Pacific Islander Dating
Tuesday, October 13th
3:30 - 4:45
SCE, Commuter Student Resource Center
Hosted by: Apna Gar and AARCC
Our prenters will be Radhika Sharma, Alina Ali, and Fauzia Mohammad from Apna Ghar, a leadinChicago organization against domestic violence.
Food will be provided on a first-come, first served basis!
What does the American Dream Mean to You?
Wednesday, October 14th
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Latino Cultural Center, Lecture Center B2
How do you pursue the American Dream in your Life?
Does pursuing it alter, reinforce, or destory identities?
In this nation of immigrants, we each strive for a better life, and negotiate our
own expectations with those of our families, communities, and wider society.
UIC is a microcosm of this diversity, and we can learn from one another as we
work to achieve our dreams and build a better world for all.
Come discuss these ideas and more at this Arts-Based Civic Dialogue on
Immigration, hosted by the Latino Cultural Center and the Asian American
Resource and Cultural Center.
Through a conversation over lunch, we will connect local to national and international concerns, providing a safe space to discuss this pressing issue through art, storytelling, and asset-based problem solving. By sharing the immigration experience of participants personal or
family journeys, we are hoping to create bridges and a sense of community.
The 2015-2016 Asian American Resource Book is now available!
This book contains information about campus resources, Asian and Asian American Studies classes, student organizations, scholarships, as well as Chicagoland associations that do work related to Asian Americans. Stop by the AARCC office and pick up your FREE copy, or you can view the pdf.
AARCC 2014-15 Annual Report
Here's an overview of our accomplishments this past academic year in our 2014-15 Annual Report.
Learn how you can benefit from AANAPISI at UIC
The University of Illinois at Chicago is a federally-designated Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution. The campus will receive close to $4 million dollars over the next five years from the U.S. Department of Education to support recruitment, retention and graduation of Asian American and Pacific Islander students and all UIC students.
See The UIC AANAPISI Initiative page for more information on the programs, scholarships, activities, and news related to UIC's AANAPISI Initiative.