DSC07936LREdit

Princeton KASA

Princeton KASA

Spread Awareness About Korean Culture and Heritage on & off Princeton's Campus

12309761_805426362912503_7030404283141562715_o

History

 

Established in 2006, the Princeton University Korean American Student Association (KASA) is the sole and representative Korean organization on Princeton campus. With a list-serv membership of over 300 Koreans, Korean-Americans, and students of many other ethnic groups, KASA is dedicated to helping students and those off of campus learn about Korean heritage.

Activities

 

To promote Korean cultural awareness on campus, KASA holds several events every year, including banquets, traditional holiday events, community service events, civic engagement, dances, and numerous study breaks. Hosting events with KCCP, Princeton Taekwondo, PNKHR, AASA, and performing arts groups, KASA welcomes collaborations. Executive Board officers are responsible for planning, organizing, and running KASA events, working closely together to ensure quality at each and every event. 

11187824_707208976067576_2372091799341447808_o

So What's Our Mission?

As the sole and representative Korean organization on Princeton campus, KASA’s mission is to spread awareness about Korean culture and heritage to students on and off of Princeton campus.

So What's Our Mission?

As the sole and representative Korean organization on Princeton campus, KASA’s mission is to spread awareness about Korean culture and heritage to students on and off of Princeton campus.