Hermanas Unidas provides undergraduate, graduate, and professional leadership opportunities and resources to predominately Latina/Chicana students by participating in and organizing academic, community service, and social events/workshops.
“During the birth of HaU, affirmative action was very prevalent in our schools. We not only faced the challeneges of leaving our families but also, we were looked upon as if we were not good enough to be there. HaU was born with the idea that it would provide Latinas a place to find support and acceptance and, through a mutual path of higher education, build bonds that would surpass our years on Campus”
– Zuleyka Heredia-Jinks
More than 9,000 hours of volunteer work is done each year by our members Statewide. We make a difference in the lives of thousands and give back to our community.