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COVID-19: News and campus updates | University policies and resources

Welcome

To accommodate the needs of our visitors, the Kohl House is limiting our operating hours to the following, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you would like to visit the center, we ask that you please sign up below to reserve either our conference room or the computer lab. At the moment, due to social distancing requirements and the staffing needs of the space, we can only accommodate one individual in either the conference room or computer lab.

Acuity- Conference/Computer Lab Sign-up

In addition, the professional staff remain open and willing to connect with students. We welcome students to sign up to meet with a professional staff member using the link below. We are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Acuity- Meeting with Professional Staff Sign-up

Virtual/Online Opportunities Now Available

Typically, we would we love to host you at our center, however during the transition to online course delivery, we have also made the transition to support your academic and social needs. The staff at Asian Pacific American Student Services is dedicated to providing you with our service with your health and safety in mind, we will continue to offer these services virtually.

Please follow our social media pages for any upcoming events. We look forward to supporting you!

 APASS Facebook

 APASS Twitter

 APASS Instagram

Podcast with Gabby Galamgam and Chyson Pena

In collaboration with UNC’s Cultural Services, current students, Gabby Galamgam and Chyson Pena will host 30-minute conversations with current UNC students of color to help you learn more about UNC and the various opportunities that are available for you.

Listen to the Podcast

Summer Podcast Schedule

  • Friday, June 5 featuring a student from Asian/Pacific American Student Services
  • Friday, June 19 featuring a student from the César Chávez Cultural Center
  • Friday, July 3 featuring a student from the Marcus Garvey Cultural Center
  • Friday, July 17 featuring a student from Native American Student Services

You can also learn more about what our recent alumni are up to on all of our social media accounts.


If you would like more information about activities we are hosting or learn more about our services, please email us at AsianPacificAmerican.StudentServices@unco.edu. We would love to learn more about you and find ways to support you.

A/PASS group

Here at A/PASS we provide services promote the cultural, academic, emotional, and professional success of our Asian and Pacific Islander student population at the University of Northern Colorado. These services entail academic coaching, leadership development, cultural and educational programs, and many more. If we are unable to provide a specific service you are looking for, we can help connect you with various individuals and departments on campus who can.

Mission Statement

Asian Pacific American Student Services seeks to foster the academic, social, and cultural identity development of the Asian-Pacific Islander community and to enrich and integrate culture into the University of Northern Colorado. We value culture, authenticity, inclusion, and academic success within our philosophy and services. These services include academic coaching, and leadership development for UNC’s Asian-Pacific Islander student population, as well as, cultural and educational programs for the broader UNC community. APASS staff strives to create a safe, inclusive environment for all who visit the center.

Vision Statement

The vision of Asian/Pacific American Student Services is to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment where all Asian and Pacific Islander students at University of Northern Colorado are valued and welcomed.

General Asian Pacific American Student Services Learning Outcomes: 

  • Describe knowledge of the diverse cultural political and social economic experiences and needs of communities of color.
  • Demonstrate practices that promote health, personal growth, and well-being for self and others.
  • Demonstrate interpersonal and intrapersonal communication and conflict resolution skills
  • Explore and describe salient & intersecting identities
  • Apply self-advocacy practices