Welcome

A Welcome Message from our Director 

I’m so glad you found your way to our website! Established in 1981, the Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) exists as a result of Asian American student-led efforts to rally for a space on campus and thus remains today as a symbol of resistance, activism, visibility, and institutional recognition when Asian American invisibility was being fought. 

Here at the Center we are committed to honoring and increasing awareness around the vibrant and complex cultures, histories and experiences that exist within the Asian and Asian American community at Yale. The Center sponsors approximately 50 affiliate groups for students—both undergraduate and graduateplus dozens of campus-wide events throughout the academic year so I’m hopeful that you will find something that is of interest to you. We invite all students, staff, faculty, and community members to join us in celebrating the successes and grappling with the issues that impact the experiences of the Asian and Asian American community at Yale, nationally and globally. I look forward to meeting you at the AACC or somewhere on campus soon!
 
Be well,
Joliana Yee Hui Joo
 

Recent News from the AACC: Pan Asian American Heritage Month (PAAHM)

The Asian American Cultural Center presents Pan Asian American Heritage Month 2018 Consciousness Rising, held from March 3rd to April 6th at Yale University. It is a series of events that we hope will spark discussion and inquiry about where we have come from as Asians and Asian Americans, and where we are going. Visit https://aacc.yalecollege.yale.edu/paahm for more information.

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Mailing Address

Although we don’t have a mailbox at our Crown St. location, you can address mail to the AACC by forwarding it to the following: 

Yale College Deans Office

c/o Joliana Yee, Assistant Dean and AACC Director

55 Whitney, 2nd Floor, 

P.O. Box 208225 

New Haven, CT 06520