AACRAO's Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus strives to provide a communal space for members who are ready to discuss issues, developments and initiatives for individuals of Asian and Pacific Islander descent in higher education.
With goals to educate other members about the history, contributions and concerns of Asian American and Pacific Islanders, this caucus is open to all members.
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus Chair
"The AACRAO AAPI Caucus is relieved by the verdict of officer Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. George Floyd’s life mattered. It is our hope that the verdict is a step towards true justice and exposes the very real imbalance of how people
of color are treated in this country. However, the work is not done, as evidenced by the tragic news of Ma’Khia Bryant’s young life taken away moments before the verdict was read. We will continue to stand with those who press on to seek
justice and racial reconciliation in this country."
Anti-Asian Violence Resources | Donate, mental health, and allyship
Sign the petition: Condemn Hate and Violence Against Asian American Women | Allyship
Bystander Intervention with Hollaback | Training, educate and allyship
National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association | List of providers
Asian Mental Health Collective Therapist Directory | List of AAPI therapists
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association | Hate crime resources
stopaapihate.org | Donate, report, and educate
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Report incidents and donate
Support the AAPI Community Fund | GoFundMe that donates to a variety of AAPI orgs
CommUNITY Action Fund | Donate to boots-on-the-ground community organizations
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum | Support AAPI Women
Red Canary Song | Support AAPI immigrants & marginalized workers
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund | Donate to civil & education funds
Compassion in Oakland | Donate & Volunteer
Main Street Patrol, New York | Volunteer to protect NYC neighborhoods
Steps are needed to ensure equitable policy in the future.
Assessing and overcoming challenges in DEIB through careful planning and strategy.
Planning and leading the way forward while ensuring equitable access to education.
The importance of engaging with peers and your membership and creating an inclusive AACRAO community.
Learn about the ENIC-NARIC Joint Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden and the work being done to improve access to education globally.
Program completion time limits was the topic of this month’s AACRAO 60-Second Survey (Appendix A).
AACRAO members were asked about the existence of, or institutional interest in, alternative credentials.
This is the second AACRAO registrar career profile report. The first was completed in 2015 and was limited to U.S. institutions; this iteration was not.
The primary goal of this survey was to better understand the processes related to undocumented students that are used by U.S. postsecondary education institutions.
AACRAO members were asked about the type, volume and cost of official transcripts at their institution in this month’s 60-Second survey.