Diversity and Inclusion Events

2022-2023 Events


April 8: Jaime Jorge Concert

HFSA, Nuestra Iglesia, Hispanic Ministries, Latinx Club


January 6: Rosca de Reyes (HFSA)

Martin Luther King Day

January 16: MLK Community (Monday)

11:00 am •  University Church

January 18: Hispanic Outreach Trip to Yakima

HFSA, Hispanic Students, WWU Marketing and Enrollment


Black History Month

February 3: BSCF Vespers (Friday)

8:00 pm •  University Church

February 4: Black History Celebration (Sabbath)

Worship Service  •  11:15 am •  University Church

All Praise Concert •  4:00 pm • Univeristy Church

February 11: Hispanic Outreach Trip to Tri-Cities

HFSA, Hispanic Students, WWU Marketing and Enrollment


Women's History Month

March 3: Pan Dulce + Chocolate Abuelita

HFSA •  6:00 pm • Junior Room

March 4: Sabado Joven

HFSA, Nuestra Iglesia, Hispanic Ministries, Latinx Club, Local Hispanic Churches

Worship Service  •  11:00 am •  FAC

Nuestra AY x ASWWU Spiritual •  5:00 pm • Conard Chapel

Open Gym •  7:00 pm • Rogers Elementary

March 8: International Women's Day


Hispanic Heritage Month

September 25th: Welcome Back Bash 

Welcome Back Bash is a celebration of the start of a new school year. Stop by the HFSA, Hispanic Ministries, Latinx, and Nuestra Iglesia booths! 


October 1st: The Longest Table 

Look for the HFSA tables and make sure to stop by for homemade and delicious authentic Latin-American food and tons of amor.

October 15th: Sábado Joven & Concierto en Vivo 

Join us for an Spiritual Youth Sabbath at Village Hall.

  • Escuela Sabatica @10am.
  • Worship Service and Community Recognition @11am.
  • Potluck Hispanic Style @1:30pm.
  • Concierto (Live Concert) @5pm. 

October 25: CommUnity celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Speaker: Pastor Abner Campos

October 28: Hispanic Vespers 

Speaker: Pastor Shintell Izquierdo


Native American History Month

November 16: Native American Food by SODEXO

November 29: CommUnity Commemorates Native American Heritage Month

Speaker: Seth Cantu

December 1: Collegian Features Native American Student

In this special edition, ASWWU Collegian will feature a Native American student from the College Place campus. 

Flag reservation

Flag rentals fee for non-WWU entities:

  • $30 for the first flag
  • $5 for each additional flag

The Applicant is responsible for pick up and drop off of the flags. Payment is due upon pick up. The Applicant will be financially responsible for any damage that may occur to the flags during the rental period.

Once the reservation form has been submitted, the Applicant will be contacted within 48 business hours with approval status and further details.