Kalamazoo College students host two forums this week focusing on race and ethnicity on the K campus. “Konsciousness” (Wed. March 4, 7PM, Banquet Room, Hicks Student Center) is a structured discussion open to K students, faculty, and staff to hear … Continue reading
When Associate Professor of Religion and History Jeffrey Haus came to Kalamazoo College nearly a decade ago, the Jewish Studies program was almost non-existent. With just a handful of classes that focused on Jewish faith, culture, and history, Haus got … Continue reading
Kalamazoo College won the Outstanding Campus Collaboration Award and Program of the Year at the National Association of Campus Activities Mid America Region 2013 conference. It was the third year in a row that K was honored with either the … Continue reading
What better way to fend off winter blues than to celebrate the ethnic diversity of Kalamazoo College’s student body? In February a number of ethnic student organizations joined the Office of Student Involvement to host and organize the 4th annual … Continue reading
In 2012, “Redefining Asian” (aka Asiafest) received the “Program of the Year” award at the Black and Orange Awards Ceremony. In 2013 the Asian and Pacific Islander Student Association (APISA), formerly known as Asian Student Association (ASA), produced another spectacular … Continue reading
Kalamazoo College has over 70 registered student organizations on campus. Among them are the Jewish Student Organization, Asian Pacific Islander Student Association, International Student Organization, Progressive Organization for Women, Black Student Organization, Cirque du K (circus arts), and the Environmental Organization.
In addition, K students publish the Index, a weekly student newspaper; operate a radio station for the campus, WJMD; and run the Frelon Dance Company.
Student organizations are expected to demonstrate cultural, social, and/or educational advantages to the Kalamazoo College community.
see the complete list of student organizations