Constituent Schools

The following VSAs are officially part of the Northeast Union of Vietnamese Student Associations. They agree to regularly participate and contribute in our activities as a non-profit organization. Listed are the joining dates, and respective Presidents that ratified our Constitution.

Baruch VSA   Establised in 2013, the Vietnamese Student Association at Baruch College seeks to promote cultural awareness, increase ethnic diversity, and provide a platform for students to foster a better understanding of the Vietnamese culture and heritage.  Signed by President Blossom Chen Oct 19, 2017

Baruch VSA

Establised in 2013, the Vietnamese Student Association at Baruch College seeks to promote cultural awareness, increase ethnic diversity, and provide a platform for students to foster a better understanding of the Vietnamese culture and heritage.

Signed by President Blossom Chen Oct 19, 2017

Binghamton VSA   Founded in 1993, the Vietnamese Student Association at Binghamton University aims to promote Vietnamese culture to the Binghamton community through addressing issues related to the Vietnamese community, hosting cultural and social events, and supporting our members in both academic and social aspects.  Signed by President Jimmy Zheng Oct 20, 2017

Binghamton VSA

Founded in 1993, the Vietnamese Student Association at Binghamton University aims to promote Vietnamese culture to the Binghamton community through addressing issues related to the Vietnamese community, hosting cultural and social events, and supporting our members in both academic and social aspects.

Signed by President Jimmy Zheng Oct 20, 2017

St. John's VSA   The Vietnamese Student Association at St. John's University was founded in 2017 to raise awareness of Vietnamese culture and traditions through creating a social community. We strive to promote networking among students and encourage them to be active within their own communities.  Signed by President Norman Chuk Oct 29, 2017

St. John's VSA

The Vietnamese Student Association at St. John's University was founded in 2017 to raise awareness of Vietnamese culture and traditions through creating a social community. We strive to promote networking among students and encourage them to be active within their own communities.

Signed by President Norman Chuk Oct 29, 2017

 
Rutgers VSA   Founded in 2017, the mission of Rutgers VSA is to promote awareness and appreciation of the Vietnamese culture. VSA serves to create culturally, socially, and educationally significant events to stimulate understanding among the Vietnamese people and their communities. Furthermore, VSA provides its members with opportunities to interact and exchange ideas vital to the growth and prosperity of their communities.  Signed by President Kimberly Tran Oct 29, 2017

Rutgers VSA

Founded in 2017, the mission of Rutgers VSA is to promote awareness and appreciation of the Vietnamese culture. VSA serves to create culturally, socially, and educationally significant events to stimulate understanding among the Vietnamese people and their communities. Furthermore, VSA provides its members with opportunities to interact and exchange ideas vital to the growth and prosperity of their communities.

Signed by President Kimberly Tran Oct 29, 2017

Hunter VSA   The Vietnamese Student Association at Hunter College (Hunter VSA) was started in 2015 to promote the Vietnamese culture and unite those interested in the Vietnamese community in NYC. Hunter VSA provides leadership and volunteer opportunities through partnering with other Vietnamese and Asian organizations. With unity as the heart of this club, Hunter VSA hopes to develop stronger networks and community ties.  Signed by President Ellen Kim Oct 30, 2017

Hunter VSA

The Vietnamese Student Association at Hunter College (Hunter VSA) was started in 2015 to promote the Vietnamese culture and unite those interested in the Vietnamese community in NYC. Hunter VSA provides leadership and volunteer opportunities through partnering with other Vietnamese and Asian organizations. With unity as the heart of this club, Hunter VSA hopes to develop stronger networks and community ties.

Signed by President Ellen Kim Oct 30, 2017

Stony Brook VSA   The Stony Brook Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) was created in 1992 as a cultural organization open to all students to help spread Vietnamese culture. As a chapter of the Northeast Union of Vietnamese Student Associations and the Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations, we hope to create a network of driven leaders within Asian American communities across the nation.  Signed by President Terrence Ki Oct 30, 2017

Stony Brook VSA

The Stony Brook Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) was created in 1992 as a cultural organization open to all students to help spread Vietnamese culture. As a chapter of the Northeast Union of Vietnamese Student Associations and the Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations, we hope to create a network of driven leaders within Asian American communities across the nation.

Signed by President Terrence Ki Oct 30, 2017

 
Columbia VSA   Started in 2015  Signed by President Linh Nguyen Oct 29, 2017

Columbia VSA

Started in 2015

Signed by President Linh Nguyen Oct 29, 2017

FIT VSA   Founded in 2017, the Vietnamese Students Club of the Fashion Institute of Technology is dedicated to promoting the rich Vietnamese heritage through social and cultural events both on and off-campus.  Signed by President Thuy Tran Oct 29, 2017

FIT VSA

Founded in 2017, the Vietnamese Students Club of the Fashion Institute of Technology is dedicated to promoting the rich Vietnamese heritage through social and cultural events both on and off-campus.

Signed by President Thuy Tran Oct 29, 2017

Temple VSA   Started in 2006, the Vietnamese Student Association at Temple University seeks to promote awareness and interest of Vietnamese culture through strengthening member relationships and the community by participating in volunteer, social, and cultural events. Temple VSA seeks to empower its members to become future leaders of their communities.  Signed by President Steven Pham Oct 29, 2017

Temple VSA

Started in 2006, the Vietnamese Student Association at Temple University seeks to promote awareness and interest of Vietnamese culture through strengthening member relationships and the community by participating in volunteer, social, and cultural events. Temple VSA seeks to empower its members to become future leaders of their communities.

Signed by President Steven Pham Oct 29, 2017