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COVID-19 Update

In accordance with safety precautions issued by Santa Clara County and Stanford University, the Centers for Equity Community and Leadership (ECL) are looking forward to a safe and responsible reopening in Winter 2022. We will continue to prioritize safetycommunity-building, and diversity and equity and are working actively to determine the details of our plans. Stay tuned! Find more information here.

Standing in Solidarity with Black students and community

Read our joint statement with Asian American Studies here.

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Our Mission

The Asian American Activities Center, A³C, is a department under the Vice Provost of Student Affairs and serves as Stanford’s primary resource for Asian and Asian American student affairs and community development.  The A³C contributes to the academic mission of the University through its partnerships and collaborative work with faculty, departments and academic programs.  Through programming and advising, the center facilitates the multicultural education of all students and the development of leaders who are able to negotiate an increasingly diverse and complex workplace and global environment.

Supreme Court Ruling on Affirmative Action Case

On June 29th, 2023, the Supreme Court struck down the consideration of race in college admissions. We, the Asian American Studies faculty and the Asian American Activities Center (A3C) at Stanford, vehemently object to this decision and are deeply disappointed by this result.

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