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Multicultural Organizations

Represent our multicultural community by promoting the unique cultures on the La Roche campus. A popular event each year is the GLOBE International Fashion Show.

Asian Club

Asian Club is a student organization established to share Asian culture with the campus community: domestic and international students as well as neighbors around the area. The role of the Asian Club is to be a bridge between Asians and non-Asians in order to build stronger and closer friendships. 

Adviser: Sister Veronica Kim, CDP 


Black Student Achievement 

Black Student Achievement is an organization that provides support and a sense of community for black students, and it is a safe space for addressing issues that impact their experiences on and off campus. Additionally, Black Student Achievement does the work of providing the campus with opportunities to engage in educational programs that focus on Black history and culture as well as social justice issues that affect the Black community. 

Adviser: Candace Okello 


GLOBE (Globalization for La Roche: One Beat on Earth) 

GLOBE is an organization committed to highlighting and celebrating the cultures and traditions of members of the La Roche community. GLOBE provides opportunity for cross-cultural dialogue and global topic exploration through educational and social programming and service. Additionally, this organization serves as a place where international and domestic students can share their experiences, express their concerns and find a sense of belonging. 

Adviser: Candace Okello 


Italian Club

This organization strives to bring Italian traditions to the University. The purpose is to give all people, Italian or not, a taste of what it means to be Italian through food, music, festivities and culture.
Adviser: Jefferey Dailey

Mosaic (Multicultural Organization Serving an Integrated Community)

MOSAIC is a student organization that promotes cultural competency, diversity and inclusion. MOSAIC develops programs that are designed to engage the campus community in critical conversations around issues that impact the student experience while also bringing awareness to the diversity of thought and backgrounds that exist on campus.

Adviser: Candace Okello


Saudi Club

The Saudi club connects Saudi student with colleagues from different nationalities at the University. The organization encourages members to communicate with the American civil society in Pittsburgh to convergence between different cultures at La Roche University and in the city of Pittsburgh. The organization helps students understand cultural, media, sports and social programs at La Roche. 

Adviser: Natasha Garrett