Welcome to the Asian American and Pacific Islander Cultural Center

Our Vision

To support students in their academic journey at ACC and create opportunities for the community throughout the district to learn about and engage with the AAPI heritage and cultures.

Our Purpose

Through a variety of programs and services, the AAPI Cultural Center strives to

  • empower students with helpful resources and support to help create a holistic ACC experience; 
  • provide the community with an open and trusted space that fosters a sense of belonging; and
  • educate and enrich communities throughout the ACC District about AAPI heritage and cultures.

center hours

Summer
MWF: 9am-1pm & 2pm-5pm

Fall & Spring
M-F: 9am-1pm & 2pm-5pm

Phone

(512) 223-4070

address

ACC-Northridge Campus
11928 Stonehollow Drive
Austin, TX 78758

Upcoming & Ongoing Events

AAPI Book Club, Angela Duckworth, Grit, The Power of Passion and Perseverance

Fall 2024 AAPI Book Club – Grit

Welcome to AAPI Book Club at the ACC Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Cultural Center. We are a book club dedicated to fostering self-discovery, self-growth, and nurturing a sense of community. Each book is carefully chosen to inspire introspection, encourage personal growth, and ignite meaningful conversations. AAPI Book Club is open to ACC students, staff, and faculty.

In the upcoming Fall 2024 semester, the AAPI Book Club will be reading Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth. Duckworth is a psychologist and a New York Times bestselling author. This must-read book explores how the secret to outstanding achievement is not just talent but rather a focused persistence called “grit”.

office hours

Summer
MWF: 9am-1pm & 2pm-5pm

Fall & Spring
M-F: 9am-1pm & 2pm-5pm

address

ACC-Northridge Campus
11928 Stonehollow Drive
Austin, TX 78758

phone

(512) 223-4070

email

newsletter sign-up

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Our Vision

To support AAPI students in their academic journey at ACC and create opportunities for the community throughout the district to learn about and engage with the AAPI heritage and cultures.