Affinity Groups bring together students who share a piece of their identity such as race, gender, age, religion, disability and/or sexual orientation. It is intended to create a safe space for students who are often marginalized to gather, share their experiences, and build relationships.

We currently offer 5 different Affinity Groups, one for our Black, and Students of Color, one for Indigenous Students, one for International Students, one for our LGBTQ2S+ students, and one for our Students with Visible and Invisible Disabilities. Every two to three weeks our student staff lead meetings and organize interactive activities that provide residence students an opportunity to connect and share a common aspect of their identity.