Come join the Asian American Resource and Cultural Center and the Women’s Leadership and Resource Center as we explore the ways that Asian women encounter sexualized racism and the forms these interactions take. How does the fetishization of Asian women play a part in rape culture? We will be using excerpts from…
Welcome to AARCC!The Asian American Resource and Cultural Center supports the needs of Asian Americans at UIC and offers social, cultural, and educational programs to those interested in expanding their knowledge about Asian Americans.
Asian American Resource BookInformation about campus resources, classes, student groups, scholarships, and community organizations.
Annual ReportHere is an overview of our accomplishments this past academic year.
AANAPISI at UICUIC is an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution. Some of AARCC's programs and services have been enhanced by AANAPISI. Learn more at the UIC AANAPISI Initiative page.
Over 800,000 prosecuted Rohingya people from Burma have taken refuge in overflowing and ill-equipped refugee camps in the neighboring country of Bangladesh since August 25, 2017. Documented through satellite evidence, 214, half the total number of Rohingya villages, have been burned to ashes. The UN has acknowledged this crisis not only a genocide but the worst human rights violation of…
We would like to welcome you to the AARCC lunchbox series event co-hosted by Chi Sigma Tau National Fraternity, Inc. on the portrayal of Asian-Americans in Hollywood and in the Media. Today’s topic is a continuation of the conversation from Fall 2016’s
lunchbox series event, where we will dive into real world examples…
What happened to the Dream Act? Is there anything else to be done? What can be done to help? Come join HANA Center as they discuss these questions and some of the work they have been doing with the Dream Act from 2017-2018! Learn about how you can help and about allies in the fight for undocumented rights!
Time: 12PM –…
The Asian American Mentor Program (AAMP) is designed to ease the transition of new students to UIC during their first semester. In the fall, students are assigned into groups with two Peer Mentors and 3-5 new students for personal…
Come join us as we discuss Rose Tico’s role in Star Wars: The Last Jedi over some Bahn Mi Sandwiches provided by Lotus Cafe!
Where: AACC Gallery
Asian American Resource and Cultural Center Staff
Jeffrey Alton – Associate Director
Alyson Kung – Program Manager
Due to staff availability, AARCC will have the following winter break hours after finals week:
Dec 18-19: 9am to 4pm
Dec 20-Jan 3: CLOSED
Jan 4-12: 9am to 4pm
Jan 16 resumes 9am to 5pm
Best of luck with finals! AARCC has extended hours Dec 11-14 from 9am to 7pm. Come study, relax, or reenergize!