About

Parent Organization: University of Wisconsin - Madison

The Lao and Cambodian Student Association strives to build a cohesive community within students of all ethnicities interested in learning about Laotian and/or Cambodian culture. Our mission is to reach out to the campus and extended community and enrich them with the culture of Laos, Cambodia, and all of Southeast Asia. Our focus will also be geared towards collaboration events with diverse organizations on campus with the hope of building a solid network of students and mentors.

Membership Requirements (for example: GPA requirements, membership fees)

Membership is open to all students who show interest in and have the willingness to learn about the Laotian and Cambodian cultures. This is without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, creed, marital status, ancestry, pregnancy, parental status, public assistance status, and/or sexual orientation.

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