AKA Program

Ate / Kuya / Ading

The AKA Program is, at its core, a family program - it  brings our community together and helps make our large organization feel a little smaller and personal!

By joining the AKA program, you’ll be signing up to be an ading (younger sibling) and/or an ate (older sister) or kuya (older brother). As an ading, you’ll be given one or more ates/kuyas to look up to, ask for guidance, and hang out with! As an ate/kuya, you’ll be given one or more adings to look out for and spend time with!

My AKAs are people I look up to, and I hope they can also look up to me. They motivate me to do better and make sure I’m satisfied in my life. I can’t express how much the AKA program is more than just a mentorship program. It’s your family that will stick with you even after you graduate and will always be there for you. (Denzel Ryan Cruz, Class of 2020)

AKA requests occur every semester! If you’d like to be a part of our AKA program, become a member and fill out our AKA request form by October 7, 11:59 PM CST!

AKA Program Coordinator

Alex Monsalud

Vice President Internal