Kasamahan is the Filipino-American Student Organization of the University of San Francisco and the largest culturally focused organization on campus (one of the largest clubs on campus too!).
The general purpose of Kasamahan is to promote the unity and solidarity of the Filipino and Filipino/a/x American community by creating an environment campus-wide and beyond that assertively affirms the richness and uniqueness of the many cultural experiences of members and by actively involving educational and pre-professional programs that aid the group in the assessment, development, and actualization of each member’s human potential and personal talents. Kasamahan strives to educate others of the Filipino culture, foster collective growth through raising cultural awareness, and empower members through community and political action.
We hold various events and workshops and encourage all who are interested to get involved! You do not have to be Filipino or Filipino-American to get involved with Kasamahan. For more in-depth information about being a member, please visit our Membership page.
Feel free to explore our website for more information on all the activities we have going on this year. Interested in our KATE (Kuya/Ate/Kapatid) mentorship program? Check out our social tab. Interested in getting involved with our annual Philippine Cultural Night? Check out Culture! Tara na (let’s go)!