As of September 2021, all Ethnic & Gender (E&G) offices are open to support your student success and needs. Please check individual websites for specific, operational hours and contact info. Masks are required indoors at all times and proof of completion of Daily Wellness Survey is required to enter all E&G offices. In order to keep us all safe, we also ask that you please continue to wash your hands, maintain physical distance, and all other health measures to reduce risk. We look forward to connecting soon.


Our Partners

APSP - Unity in Community

Unity in Community...

We value community. Everyone wins when we all come together to achieve common goals. APSP partners with campus and community groups to offer more resources, activities, events and programs to help you connect, succeed and shine. Explore their websites, and see how you can get involved.

APSP - Our Partners

On Campus

Asian Pacific Islander Student Advisory Council (APISAC) This council is a forum for direct exchanges between APSP and representatives of its affiliated student organizations. It serves as a representative voice of the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander student community at the university, coordinates joint projects with APSP, and promotes awareness of the experience and culture of the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community.

Off Campus

Asian Pacific American Legal Center This organization advocates for civil rights, provides legal services and education, and builds coalitions to positively influence and impact Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander, and to create a more equitable and harmonious society.

Save Our Chinatown This nonprofit organization is committed to celebrating Riverside’s rich cultural heritage. Its mission is to conserve the city’s historic Chinatown site for current and future generations and the organization is now working to establish a signature park at this site.

Riverside Japanese American Citizens League This local chapter of the national organization of JACL helps secure and maintain the civil rights of Japanese Americans and all others who are victimized by injustice and bigotry. It also works to promote cultural, educational, and social values, and to preserve the heritage and legacy of the Japanese American community. It offers programs in four areas: youth activities, education, community relations, and fellowship. Visit the national organization’s website at