• Hmong Student Association (HSA)

    The Hmong Student Association (HSA) represents and shares the rich culture of the Hmong. HSA allows Hmong students to share their culture with other students and the campus community through dialogue, events, and activities. They are also active in planning Asian Heritage Month, but HSA's biggest series of events occur during Hmong Month (November) which also includes Hmong New Year Celebration.

    The Hmong Student Association was founded and established in 1995. HSA began as a small organization, in the early years, striving to find it’s identity in the membership and programs. Today, our organization has strong leadership, memberships , and is active throughout the campus and community. 
    Click here to read the HSA Constitution.

    President

    Jessica Yang
    Email: gyang07@hamline.edu  

    Vice  President   

    Carrie Yang 
    Email: cyang17@hamline.edu    

    Treasurer

    Sabrina Lee
    Email: plee37@hamline.edu  

    Secretary

    Pachee Yang 
    Email: pyang26@hamline.edu   

    Historian

    Donny Xiong     
    Email: dxiong07@hamline,edu   

    Public Relations

    Vacant
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