Tsev Hmoob (Hmong House)

Tsev Hmoob Students Graduate

Tsev Hmoob is a co-ed Living Learning Community open to incoming first year students. Participants may include students across all colleges who are interested in past and contemporary Hmong issues and intercultural learning. 

Participants live together on the fourth (4th) floor of Comstock Hall with a Community Advisor (CA) who has an interest in and understands the Hmong culture, its history and other issues surrounding the Hmong community. The CA will work with staff from the Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence (MCAE) to plan social, cultural and academic events throughout the academic year.

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Asian Pacific American Resource Center - UMN

Participants also have the opportunity to work with various Asian American student organizations, especially Hmong Minnesota Student Association (HMSA), Viivncaus, and Hmong Men Circle on campus and assist them in special events such as the Hmong Heritage. 

Why Tsev Hmoob?

Tsev Hmoob Students
  • Designed to provide opportunities for personal and academic growth in a supportive community where the academic experiences of students will be nurtured and enriched.
  • Participants will have the opportunity to live and study together and participate in extracurricular activities.
  • Provides opportunities for students to explore the issues of ethnicity, identity and community development while receiving essential academic support and actively participating in and contributing to campus student life.