We understand that navigating resources at a new instituion may be diffcult, especially during graduate school. That is why we created a directory of Latinx Campus organizations and other student resources that may be helpful.

Do you know of an opportunity, resource, or organization that may benefit our community? Please let us know and we can add it to this page! Contact us at:

Latinx Campus Organizations Directory

Hispanic Business Students Association (HBSA)

HBSA provides professional development and social engagement opportunities to all its members. They serve as a platform for all students at Ross to engage with the greater Latinx community at the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor community.

LatinX Social Work Coalition

The mission of Latinx Social Work Coalition is to foster a sense of belonging and community for Latina/o/x, Brown, and Indigenous students, faculty, and staff in the School of Social Work through the praxis of social justice, empowerment, and community building.

Latino Law Students Association


The Latinx Law Students Association (LLSA) seeks to remedy the under-representation of Latinos in all segments of the legal community. Throughout the year, they are involved in law school recruitment, academic mentoring, hosting guest lectures on topics of concern to the Latinx community, moderating panel discussions, and forging a network among students, faculty, and alumni across the legal profession.

Latinx Student Psychology Association


The Latinx Student Psychological Association (LSPA) is a graduate student organization at the University of Michigan that strives to increase the recruitment and retention of Latinx students in the fields of psychology. 

Students of Color of Rackham


SCOR graduate organization is a network for Rackham graduate and professional students at the University of Michigan. SCOR is dedicated to the social, cultural, political, and academic well-being of students of color representing diverse cultures, ethnicities, and international origins.

Student Community of Progressive Empowerment (SCOPE)

SCOPE is a student organization that strives to support and serve undocumented and DACAmented (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) students at the University of Michigan. SCOPE provides an opportunity for undocumented students to connect with one another, build peer relationships, and work together to navigate their college experience.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

SHPE seeks to serve and empower the Hispanic engineering community; to promote academic excellence, professional and personal development, leadership, and service.

Latinx and Native American Medical Association (LANAMA)

The Latin American & Native American Medical Association was founded in 1985 to provide a more welcoming and supportive environment for our Native American and Latinx medical students at the University of Michigan Medical School.

La Casa

La Casa strives to unite, empower, and holistically support members of the Latinx community at the University of Michigan while striving to represent the voice and issues of our community at large.

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LunaCap Foundation

LunaCap Foundation awards scholarships to active military, veterans, and/or students of Mexican descent attending top-tier MBA programs. Ten-$10,000, one-time, need-based scholarships awarded annually each July to help offset the cost of education for eligible candidates attending top-tier MBA school programs.