The purpose of this organization is to foster an environment where every member of the BYU Marriott community is valued, empowered and supported in reaching their individual potential, consistent with the mission and aims of BYU and the BYU Marriott School of Business
To serve Chinese-descent students and scholars in promoting happiness, harmony and unity in Chinese community and to support a friendly and nurturing environment at BYU by sharing our oriental heritage and facilitating international culture exchange.
To help students be prepared to go forth and serve, we plan to help students, particularly those from Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela, gain experience and connections while still at university so that they may better help their own country and people.
For the purposes of intellectually, socially, and culturally enriching the BYU community, the Black Student Union promotes academic achievement and intellectual pursuit, cultivates dynamic leadership, and strives to eliminate social barriers for all.
Tribe of Many Feathers Club promotes an awareness and appreciation for all diverse cultures and heritages at Brigham Young University; this includes Native American students from the United States and Canada.
The Comparative Literature Students’ Association (CLSA), founded in 1988, exists to promote excellence among Comparative Literature majors, as well as other interested students, at Brigham Young University.