ACS is committed to increase the consciousness of and enhancing the appreciation for all Asian cultures. ACS promotes diversity and emphasizes cultural enrichment.
BLSU seeks to empowers it's members based on the pillars of academics, cultural awareness, diversity and social justice. In the spirit of unity, BLSU engages the community by presenting opportunities to appreciate and learn about ethnic diversity.
The Cultural Affairs Committee is a subset group of the Student Activities Committee that deal with events regarding culture. The CAC works closely with the other multicultural groups on campus.
FCC students meet to discuss race, gender, and class, and channel their discussions through performance. The FCC does periodic flash mobs throughout the academic year as well as hosts workshops.
Hamilton College Hillel supports Jewish life on the Hamilton campus. Hillel conducts religious and social events open to the campus and community, including high holiday observances and weekly Shabbath services.
The ISA actively serves the interest of the International Student body, while promoting awareness of different cultures on campus through interactive and exciting events. ISA provides a social environment for community members to interact, meet new friends, learn from one another and make ourselves all part of a global community.
MSA serves Muslim as well as non-Muslim students who wish to have a better understanding of Islam. MSA hopes to teach participants about the foundation of Islam, and give them insight into the basic practices observed. MSA also educates the campus community about the issues and concerns of Muslims on campus and beyond.
SASA brings greater awareness of South Asian cultures to the campus community through traditional celebrations, festivals, and discussions. SASA hopes to build a safe space that is shaped by the varied social, cultural, and political concerns of South Asians.
VCLS is a student-run group that brings prominent speakers of color to the Hamilton campus. Founded by Christine Johnson, the former Opportunity Programs director, this group's purpose is to expose students to the contributions of people of color in society at large.