Students of Color Alliance (SOCA)

A logo of four human figures forming a square and, to the left, the acronym

The Student of Color Alliance (SOCA) is a collaborative umbrella organization formed by representatives from cultural organizations across campus. Member organizations over the years have included African Society of Georgetown, Asian American Students Association, The Black House, Black Student Alliance, Caribbean Culture Circle, La Casa Latina, Chinese Student Alliance, Club Filipino, Georgetown University Riqueza Dominicana, GU Hawaii Club, GU Minority Association of Pre-Health Studies (GU MAPS), GU Women of Color (GUWoC), Minority Pre-Law Association (MPLA), Mosaic, Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlán (MEChA), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Native American Student Council, Queer People of Color, Taiwanese American Student Association, and other groups serving students of color at Georgetown. SOCA aims to unite students of color through collaborative programming opportunities, advocacy, and financial support.

If your student organization needs support for an event, program, or funds to help defer some of the costs associated with attending a conference, whether it be in person or virtual you can request funding from SOCA. These costs can be for food, supplies, conference registration, lodging, etc. For any requests, please complete the SOCA Fund Request Application. All applications must be received by 11:59pm on the Sunday before the next SOCA meeting.

For all other questions or concern, contact the SOCA at

Highlights from 2023’s Black History Month closing dinner

Hosted by the Black Leadership Forum and the CMEA