Multicultural Student Affairs

Northern is home to a rich cultural community that brings together people from diverse backgrounds in a mutually respectful environment.
Multicultural Student Affairs hosts special events and educational opportunities that give you a chance to meet people and experience new cultures and ways of life.

Northern is home to students from dozens of states and many different countries. Clubs and activities outside of the classroom offer a diverse learning opportunity and the chance to express a variety of points of view in a mutually respectful environment. Be yourself AND be part of a larger cultural community at Northern!


Multicultural Student Affairs provides mentoring, advising, and programming services.


Multicultural Clubs

 Chinese Student Association
The association promotes the culture of China by hosting multiple events throughout the year, it serves as a community for new Chinese students and it fosters friendship between students from all the corners of the world. Everyone is welcom to join the Chinese Student Association and participate in the Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival celebrations.
International Student Club
The ISC fosters community, friendship and cultural awareness by offering many opportunities for all students to meet and learn about each other, their backgrounds and their countries. The club helps with the organization of Culturefest, International Golden Globes Awards, Gypsy Day Parade international entry etc. Membership is open to all students interested in knowing more about the world and in making long-lasting friendships. 
Korean Student Association
The KSA has the goal of making Korean and non-Korean students' experience at Northern a memorable one. The organization supports three groups: NANTA (Drums), Impact (K Pop Dance), and Woori (Korean Language lessons). All students are invited to join the association, its events and the drum and dance groups.
Native American Student Association (NASA)
This club's mission is to assist with activities intended to meet social, educational, and cultural needs of Native Americans attending Northern. The club promotes sharing of cultural and educational information with Northern and Aberdeen, with the goal of open and positive communications.
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