Audition for the 4th Annual ACYD Talent-Benefit Show

The Asian Pacific Student Association at UC Irvine’s 4th Annual Talent-Art Benefit Show | ACYD: Always Chase Your Dreams is a multimedia showcase in which Asian Pacific-Islander (API) students attending UC Irvine will have the chance to demonstrate their talents while competing for first place. Our goal is to provide a supportive and empowering environment for both the … Continue reading

The 2013 APSA Top 30 Search Starts!

  The Asian Pacific Student Association (APSA) at UC Irvine is proud to open nominations for the TOP 30 Most Influential Asian Pacific Islander Americans at UC Irvine project!   This project was started by Edi Dai and Melly Lee in 2010 and sought to highlight 30 inspiring Asian Pacific-Islander American students that continue to … Continue reading

APIHM | “New Heights”

APSA is proud to present the Asian Pacific-Islander Heritage Month (APIHM) | “New Heights”. APIHM is held in May as a national celebration of Asian Pacific-Islanders in the United States. This year, APSA will be holding programs and events through the months of April and May. Check out the full list of events in this post!

Audition and Submit Art for ACYD! Win Money for Talent!

Audition and submit art now and win prizes for your talent!

— Audition Dates: April 2, 3, 6
— Submission Deadline: May 18

Nominate Students for TOP 30 Now! Deadline 3/10

The deadline to nominate a student for TOP 30 Most Influential Asian Pacific-Islander American Students at UC Irvine is coming up in a few days! Be sure to nominate NOW before the deadline on 3/10!



    Asian Pacific-Islander Heritage Month (APIHM) is hosted by the Asian Pacific Student Association at UCI and features various programs, workshops, and events that celebrate the APIA culture and address pertinent issues in the APIA community.

    Please refer to the tabs above for more details regarding each event.

  • Contact Us

    Any inquiries regarding Asian Pacific-Islander Heritage Month can be directed to Programming Coordinators, Siamrath (Sam) Boonsakul and Alison Tominaga, at