Hispanic Heritage Month
Building Prosperous and Healthy Communities
Construyendo Comunidades Prósperas y Saludables
Hispanic Heritage Month, which is celebrated Sep. 15-Oct. 15 each year, highlights the art, culture and stories of the Hispanic community on campus and in the surrounding area.
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WSU's Hispanic Heritage Month aims to bring awareness, provide cultural competency and education to the campus community. This event amplifies the voices of the Hispanic, Latino/e/x community and the welcomeness and inclusion of the different Hispanic and Latino groups on campus. Hispanic Heritage Month 2023 is possible due to the support and generosity of the following partners: Equity Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), Office of Equity in Access, Onstage Ogden, College of Arts & Humanities, Visual Arts, Stewart Library, Arts of México in Utah and Latin Artist, Utah Latino Businesses, Department of Foreign Languages, Spanish Program, Diversity and Unity VP, Health Science and Professions and Nursing Program, Hispanic Area Council (HAC), Marketing and Communications, WSUSA, Alumni Center, SignPost, Wildcat Store, WSU Ballet Folklórico, IMAGE De Northern Utah, Frank Ruiz and Andrés Herbón.