With students hailing from more than 80 countries throughout the world, Hawai'i Pacific University is rich in cultural diversity. Intercultural Day showcases students' unique symphony of cultures to the Hawai'i community and visitors from around the globe.
|HPU's Intercultural Day|
Over the past two decades, Hawai'i Pacific University's Intercultural Day has grown into a dynamic annual celebration of culture. April 2011 marks the University's 26th Intercultural Day. The Council of Countries, a HPU student organization, sponsors the event and it is organized by student volunteers. For more information, click here.
In December of every year, the Council of Countries invites students to participate in HPU's Annual International Holiday Bazaar. At this event, Fort Street Mall transforms into a marketplace of booths, exhibiting cultural and ethnic Holiday traditions from around the world. For more information, click here.
HPU has a number of student organized cultural clubs. Each club has its own set of activities and events. The Swedish Student Association, for example, is known for its Annual Christmas party, while the German Speaking Student Association has regular get togethers. For more information, click here.