Getting involved on campus is a great way to feel a part of the CSU community. Below are a few Latinx-centered organizations, but if you are interested in finding other clubs and organizations to join, visit ramlink and search for opportunities you are interested in or schedule an appointment with SLiCE to discover clubs and organizations that align with your interests.

Las Comadres

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Las Comadres is a new student organization at Colorado State University. Prior to being recognized as an official student organization, Las Comadres existed as a peer-led social support program within El Centro, the cultural office for Latinx students at CSU. Due to lack of funding, El Centro has not been able to offer Las Comadres for the last couple of years. Now that we are an official student organization, we are able to raise money for our organization and still be a part of El Centro.

The purpose of Las Comadres is to serve as a peer-led social support program for students on campus. With the exception of multicultural sororities, we are the only student-led organization with a focus on Latinas on campus (we are not a sorority). Las Comadres provides an inclusive community on campus, rooted in friendship, culture, and education. We seek to empower and support our members through enjoyable programming that promotes health, happiness, and personal growth. We are a program created by Latinas, and we welcome anyone looking for a close-knit community.

Las Comadres meets in El Centro every Monday from 5p-7p.

Show your support and donate to Las Comadres here!

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

SHPE understands the need to prepare aspiring young leaders from local cities throughout the Unites States. SHPE at Colorado State University provides key opportunities for students to become leaders and innovators in their field and inspirational role models for tomorrow’s STEAM students. These key opportunities are provided to our SHPE students through a variety of programs focused on professional development and networking, community involvement and outreach, academic success and retention, and mentorship.

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Contact Phone: 915-637-4444

Fuerza, Intergridad y Amistad por Todos at CSU (F.I.A.T)

The Purpose of F.I.A.T. is to dedicate its members to the empowerment of the Latino Community.
Furthermore, it dedicates its members to provide intensive educational, cultural, and social activities geared towards the promotion of Latin America Culture. As an interest group of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc., F.I.A.T. is open to all races and cultures, for the purpose of unifying Latinos and other ethnic groups. F.I.A.T. strives to unify all the Latin American cultures under one network while unifying and advancing Latino Americans in the United States. Furthermore, the members of F.I.A.T. dedicate their efforts to abolish the ignorance, prejudice, and racism against and between the Latin American nationalities within our communities, universities, and nations of origin.

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Latinx Business Association (L.B.A)

Latinx Business Association was established in fall 2018 after students voiced a desire for the creation of a Latinx business organization focused on creating community and providing support. To better understand Latinx Business Association, read through our vision, mission, and values below.

LBA Vision

The vision of the Latinx Business Association is to provide community among Latinx-identifying students who are pursuing some avenue of business through earning a credential in CSU’s College of Business.

LBA Mission

The Latinx Business Association’s mission is centered on three priorities:

  1. Service and Outreach
  2. Professional Development and Personal Growth
  3. Community Building and Networking