Image of APASS classroom with hanging posters of API activists and hand painted tapa cloths

Activities and Events at APASS

At APASS we want to support your time hear at LA Harbor College. Check out ongoing and previous activities we've done! Check out our February schedule below

APASS February Event

2PM - 4 PM in GC 104
Meet other APASS Students, connect with our UCLA Pacific Islander Education and Retention tutors, get focused on your assignments, and enjoy snacks! Spring 2024 will highlight career workshops, API Short Stories, and more!

UCLA PIER with APASS Students


2PM - 3 PM in GC 104
Join us for an afternoon of COMMUNITY wellness, conversations, and fun to refuel yourself for the week! Check out our February Events

02/07 Board Games Uno, Monopoly, What do you meme? and so much more! Laugh and get competitive!
02/14 A Letter to Your Loved Ones

Giving appreciation and showing love through our writing and card making

02/21 Nostalgic Games Let’s go back in time and play some nostalgic games: Four Corners, telephone, and more 
02/28 Adventure Walk Take some time outside and rewind, reconnect, and feel the warm sun


What's Up Wednesday image of February schedule

AANHPI literature nurtures and inspires us. It teaches us about our histories and cultures, reflects our experiences, articulates our thoughts and feelings, challenges our assumptions about ourselves and our world, and validates our identities. AANHPI literature allows us to see the world as it is and to imagine it differently. As college educated AANHPI professionals, we have all been moved, awed, and challenged by a work of AANHPI literature, and we recognize how the experience of reading and analyzing these works has helped us dream bigger dreams, feel a sense of belonging, and take pride in the artistry of authors who look like us.

A space celebrating our Asian American & Pacific Islander communities at LAHC
We want to learn more about you, your family, and your stories. Submit your entries to help create the APASS' Everyday People's History Museum. Please be logged in to your LAHC or LACCD e-mail to submit your story. Multiple entries permitted.

APASS Everyday Peoples Museum


Each year APASS selects a handful of students to participate and present at the Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education conference (APAHE). Students work with APASS coordinators to develop a project of interest to be featured as a workshop. The conference has traditionally been held in Oakland, CA. Learn more about APAHE

Students debriefing at APAHE Conference