Latinx/Hispanic Resources

This is not an exhaustive or final list of resources. We are continually adding and improving the list, and we welcome any suggestions for additions, changes, and edits from the community. Please feel free to email Angelica Mishra, Assistant to the Chief Diversity Officer, at with your thoughts.

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A diverse student body, and a campus that learns and values multiculturalism, makes for a better campus and a better learning experience.

Jerry Schearer, Chief Diversity Officer
Lambda Theta Phi members posing for group picture outside of Multicultural Center
lambda theta phi latin fraternity

Lambda Theta Phi's mission is to cultivate a brotherhood, to value an education, to promote unity, to assert roles of leadership, to develop character, to practice chivalry, and to serve mankind. Lambda Theta Phi seeks visionary leaders who support its values of scholarship, respect for all cultures, community service, and the advancement and fair treatment of Latino's in the United States. Lambda strives to recruit resilient individuals with a commitment to excellence. 

Visit the Lambda Engage page here.

chi upsilon sigma national latin sorority

Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc., founded in 1980, at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J. is one of the oldest Latin sororities in the United States. It is the first independent Latin founded sorority, which has grown to educate, elevate, and empower women of all ethnicities. we accept all women being as we are Latin based not Latin bound. Its charter was recognized by Kutztown University's Greek Council in 1993, hence making the organization the first minority sorority on campus. The sisterhood has united itself through its founder's ideals of open communication and community service, as well as, the development of political, educational, cultural and social awareness. Chi Upsilon Sigma?s national philanthropy is the, I Have A Dream Foundation (IHAD). The sisterhood devoted themselves to this challenge, to be successful through hard work, patience and the collective effort to educate, as exemplified in its motto, "Wisdom through Education."

Visit the Chi Upsilon Sigma Engage page here.

achievement initiative for male success (AIMS)

"The focus of the A.I.M.S. program is the academic and social advancement of male students at Kutztown University. It is KU's hope to improve the support network of male students on and off campus. The university hopes that by improving the male experience through the development of their academic, personal, and social skills, this will lead to higher retention and graduation rates for our male students. 

Mission: Through AIMS, we seek to provide every male student at Kutztown University a safe, supportive, and engaging support system so they can continue their education and graduate from Kutztown University.

Vision: To graduate every AIMS participant in four years from Kutztown University so they can live and lead a productive and fulfilling life after college. 

Visit AIMS' Instagram, website, and Engage page!


SISTER is a newly formed group on campus open to all women or women-identifying students. While it is open to all women students, there is a particular focus on supporting our women students of color. 

Any questions can be directed to Melinda Quinones-Arias, Director of Multicultural Services.

sigma delta pi (sdp) honors society

"The National Collegiate Hispanic Honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence while providing leadership experience. It is the only honor society devoted exclusively to students of Spanish in four-year colleges and universities. It is also the largest foreign-language honor society in existence. The society is proud to sponsor a local chapter, UPSILON CHI, here at Kutztown University. You can also contact the faculty advisor of our local chapter here at KU: Dr. Christine Coleman Nunez.

*Monthly meetings held on the second Tuesday of the month with OLA
* Initiation in the Spring Semester"

For more information, visit the Modern Language Studies page!