Founded in 1972, the Korean American Student Association at UCLA is one of the largest and oldest Asian American student organizations in the Greater Los Angeles Area. As an organization, we celebrate a rich and long history as we proudly approach almost half a century of representing the Korean American population at UCLA. UCLA KASA creates an environment for establishing lifelong friendships and community through various social, cultural, and professional events and initiatives.
Why should I join?
KASA is dedicated to hosting fun, exciting events and giving its members a community to connect with new people and find a family. We truly offer something for everyone, whether it be dance, food adventures, family, or just a good time. Even though our events will be remote for now, we still plan to give our members the best experience possible.
Do I have to be Korean to join KASA?
No! KASA is an inclusive club, and a handful of our members, including our staff, are not Korean. We welcome anyone to join.
How can I become a member?
Our membership application can be found on our applications page.