MOSAIC Clubs

MOSAIC which stands for Multicultural Opportunities for Students Actively Involved in Community. These clubs represent some of the amazingly diverse groups that make up Point Loma. These clubs allow students to connect with others around them who share similar cultural backgrounds while educating other students and creating unique experiences to allow for deeper connections and understanding.

ASIAN STUDENT UNION (ASU) 

 

Contact Email: asu@pointloma.edu

Day and Time of Meeting: Biweekly on Wednesdays at 6 p.m.

Asian Student Union (ASU) is a club aimed to celebrate and educate on Asian cultures and traditions through the 3 F's: FOOD, FUN, and FELLOWSHIP. ASU strives to serve the community through the incorporation of educational experiences, discussions, and opportunities within our meetings and beyond. We are all about welcoming new members and building a loving and inclusive community! Our underlying goal is to have fun through the exposure of various Asian and Pacific cultures to the students around the PLNU community. Follow us @PLNUASU to stay updated! If you have any questions please email them to asu@pointloma.edu

ASSOCIATION OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDENTS (ALAS)

 

Contact Email: alas@pointloma.edu

Day and Time of Meeting: Tuesday’s 7:30 p.m.

An all inclusive club hoping to promote and celebrate Latin American culture through education and community.

BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU)

 

Contact Email: alesiawright1005@pointloma.edu

Day and Time of Meeting: Undecided

More information from the Black Student Union coming soon! 

B.R.E.A.K. 

 

Contact Email: break@pointloma.edu

Day and Time of Meeting: Undecided

More information on B.R.E.A.K. coming soon! 

HUI 'O HAWAII

 

Contact Email: huiohawaii@pointloma.edu

Day and Time of Meeting: Bi-Weekly on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time

To build an Ohana rooted in Love and Faith through the exploration of Hawaiian Culture.

UNITE

 

Contact: eimanrashid1999@pointloma.edu

Day and Time of Meeting: Biweekly on Wednesday's at 7 p.m.

UNITE serves to building relationships and cultural intelligence amongst students of diverse backgrounds through discussions, interview, and fun times getting to know each other.