Latino Fraternity established at Cornell University on February 19, 1982. Our goal is to empower the Latino and minority communities through brotherhood, diversity, academic excellence, service and cultural awareness.
UVA's first Spanish culture and language club! A fun, and educational, way to learn more about the culture and current events of Spanish speaking countries worldwide, as well as an out of classroom environment to practice the language.
Lacrosse the Nations Club at the University of Virginia is dedicated to sustainably improving health and education for children in need through the sport of lacrosse. We work with the national LtN organization, focusing on their Nicaragua program.
Lambda Law Alliance provides an academically and socially supportive network for LGBT students and their allies enrolled in the Law School.
Lambda Phi Epsilon continues to establish and perpetuate Brotherhood and fellowship among its members. Part of that brotherhood is expressed in our motto "To Be Leaders Among Men." We not only seek to bring together a diverse group of men who share
Mission: The purpose of Lambda Theta Alpha shall be to provide a sisterhood based on Unity, Love, & Respect. To develop strong Leaders who will then provide and practice political, social and cultural activities. To promote minority Unity through
LALO is an all-inclusive student group devoted to increasing awareness of legal issues facing Latinos and Latin America. The group works to increase Latino representation at the Law School and augments exploration of Hispanic-related issues in the law.
The Latino Student Network at McIntire is an undergraduate organization with the purpose of building a network of Latino students interested in business.
The Hispanic/Latino Peer Mentoring Program (PMP) assists first year and entering transfer students with their college transition by providing one-on-one guidance through the use of peer mentors. In addition, PMP offers a wide range of academic...
The Latinx Student Alliance (LSA) serves as the representative voice of the Hispanic/Latinx community inside and outside of the University as well as to strengthen and empower this community to advance socially, politically, culturally, and academicall