About the Stanford ASA

The Stanford Armenian Students Association is a student body wishing to commemorate and preserve Armenian culture and history.

We pursue this goal through a variety of means - including inviting guest lecturers; hosting discussion panels; weekly meetings; and social events such as group dinners and mixers.

Our general purpose is threefold

  • to provide an opportunity for Armenian students to come together and cultivate a spirit of appreciation toward Armenian culture, history, and heritage through cultural and educational functions as well as social and recreational events
  • to establish a network of support systems for Armenian students
  • and to maintain contact with other Armenian groups and individuals in the community.

Weekly meetings

We normally hold meetings every Tuesday at 9pm in the Nitery Room 211 of Old Union. These meetings are informal and open to all students - from freshmen to PhD candidates and postdocs. Please feel free to attend!