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Hispanic-American Student Association

History

HASA was founded in 1985. The Hispanic American Student Association has served as a multicultural student organization created to educate on Hispanic/Latino culture, create awareness of issues affects the Hispanic/Latino populations, promote the empowerment of Latinos, and provide support and resources for our members. Our organization is open to all who are interested regardless of race or ethnicity.  HASA was the 2009 recipient Obie Bender Organization of the Year Award.

Mission and Purpose

The purpose of the Hispanic-American Student Association commonly referred to as HASA, is to promote awareness of Hispanic culture at Baldwin Wallace University and our respective communities. As an organization we work towards:

  • Eliminating stereotypes thus, getting rid of discrimination
  • To recruit a greater number of multicultural students while working with college administrators
  • To provide a support group for all students interested in Hispanic culture and affairs while maintaining retention for all students
  • Supplying our members with valuable scholarship information for the continuation of their higher education
  • To provide opportunities for service, networking, and academic enrichment

Contact Information:
Advisor:     Carlos Delgado
                    cadelgad@bw.edu 
                    (440) 826-8039

                        

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