Las Razas Unidas
(C.R.U.) is the Michigan State University Council of Racial & Ethnic Students (CORES) Latino student Organization.
C.R.U is an organization that houses and supports many of the Chicano/Latino organizations on campus for political, social, cultural, and academic issues that addresses the Chicano/Latino student community at Michigan State University.
C.R.U. also serves as a cohesive voice of the Latino community by advocating for issues that affect the Latinx community at Michigan State University.
CRU's mission is to increase the quality of life academically, socially, and culturally through retention and cultural programming while promoting Latinx unity and celebrating diversity at Michigan State University.
Through our membership and affiliated organizations, we strive to increase awareness of issues facing the Latinx community to influence change and ensure our Latinx students have an inclusive, positive, and engaging experience at Michigan State University.
C.R.U meetings are held every other Tuesday at 6:30 pm in the basement of Wilson Hall unless noted otherwise.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, CRU meetings are now being held virtually every other Tuesday at 6:30pm.
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