Our Affiliates

The Cross-Cultural Center Affiliate Program is designed to develop collaborative and long-lasting relationships with organizations who share our mission and philosophy. We aim to connect with our Affiliates to provide them with resources around their social justice and leadership efforts. Some benefits of affiliation include priority room reservations*, advertising through the CCC media, training from our Social Justice Educators, individual support from staff, and connections to event planning and funding resources.

The CCC Affiliates are student organizations that are working toward uplifting their communities through providing resources and events around social justice, education, leadership, and community building. For more information on a specific group, please visit the List of Official Student Organizations page.

Browse our list of Affiliate Organizations below, listing subject to change on a yearly renewal basis. Involved in or starting a student organization? Visit our Become an Affiliate page for more information!

We also partner with faculty, staff organizations, and campus departments. Some of these partnerships include Campus Community Centers and Programs, OASIS, SPACES, Ethnic Studies, Educational Studies, and Critical Gender Studies. If you are interested in partnering with us on a program and/or event email cccenter@ucsd.edu

*Room reservations are subject to Center availability and operations.

 

Affiliates List

Students Organizations

Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance 
CELLebrate
Black Student Union 
Kaibigang Pilipin@
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx por Activismo
Muslim Student Association
Mixed Student Union
Native American Student Alliance 
Outreach for Prisoners through Reform Advocacy (O.P.R.A.)
Pilipin@ Undergraduate Society for Health
Queer Trans People of Color 
Students Against Mass Incarceration
Students for Justice in Palestine
Society of Physics Students @ UCSD
Student Sustainability Collective 
Underground Scholars Initiative 
Women and Minorities in Economics
Women Empowerment through Collaborations, Awareness, and Resources for Education