About Us

We are the Hmong University Student Association (HUSA), at California State University, Sacramento, established in the year of 1987 by the former President Txawj Vwj Vaj and his fellow officers. HUSA has a track record of holding events to promote higher education, displaying merit in community involvement and hosting social gatherings for students to network with other organizations. HUSA not only accepts Hmong students, but also embraces anyone who wants learn about the Hmong culture. We also have a constitution that includes valuable information on how this organization works. If you want to be a part of this organization, then please send the membership form to our email at husa.csus@gmail.com or hand it to one of the current officers.

2015 - 2016 Administration

President: Michael Lee  photo 10564464_853422561349706_610134031_o.jpg Vice-President: Jerry Vang  photo 10647352_853422534683042_591780518_o.jpg
Treasurer: Mai Xiong  photo 10621366_853422528016376_1843844166_o.jpg Secretary: Va Vang  photo 10631932_853422518016377_209941066_o.jpg
Public Relations: Sylvia Vang  photo 10647270_853422551349707_1469079729_o.jpg Webmaster: Joe Yang  photo 10654022_853422364683059_1631402441_n.jpg
Activities Director: Ronald Xiong  photo 10571911_853422278016401_1945191326_o.jpg Historian: William Lee  photo 10580079_853423901349572_7158821966325710376_n.jpg

Our Mission

As students of an accredited institution and members of the Hmong University Student Association, HUSA, we shall strive to promote (1) higher education,(2) cultural awareness at our institution and the community, and (3) be a support group for students...we are a not for profit, nonpolitical organization established in 1987.

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Contact Info

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, then feel free to contact us!

Address: Hmong University Student Association, California State University of Sacramento, 6000 J Street, Box 51, Sacramento, CA 95819

E-mail: PR Officer Sylvia Vang or HUSA

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