Statement of Support
The Department of Asian American Studies strongly supports and amplifies the Department of African American Studies and their Letter of Support to Our Students. We stand with our colleagues in our collective opposition to racism and the violence it perpetuates in all of our communities.

We believe it is crucial for Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi American (APIDA) communities to share this message of solidarity with Black communities and call for an end to systemic and systematic violent racism. Like the fight against anti-Black racism, our fight against anti-APIDA racism, especially in these pandemic times focuses on eliminating the blight of white supremacy. We urge our APIDA communities to fight racism on campus, locally, and globally. We urge all as individuals and collectively to stand up and take action for community, equity, justice, and peace.

Eric Estuar Reyes, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Asian American Studies
California State University at Fullerton

**CSUF has temporarily suspended all non-essential on-campus functions. Our department is now working remotely. All classes continue remotely. If you have questions regarding your course, contact your instructor via email.
To contact staff, please email Ethnic Studies at EthnicStudies@fullerton.edu. For advising, please contact Dr. Nguyen or Dr. Fujita-Rony & see the appropriate page for more information. We will respond to your phone inquiry. Please call, 657-278-2006.

 

Asian American Studies

Vision
The vision of the Asian American Studies Department is to achieve and sustain social justice for all, with a specific focus on Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.

Mission
The mission of the Asian American Studies Department is to realize the department's vision through creating knowledge, teaching, and serving Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.

Department Goals

  • To promote study and research by, for, and about Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.
  • To teach students about the experiences of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the US and in the world.
  • To teach students critical thinking and communication skills.
  • To prepare students for social and community engagement.
  • To advance social justice for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.