KASA is a cultural organization that is built on the foundation of seeking, maintaining, and fostering different aspects of Korean and Korean American identity, tradition, and culture. We are organized and run solely by the students of Binghamton University. The great development and successful accomplishments of KASA are possible, without any doubt, by the hard work and dedicated efforts of the Executive Board members, Korean Night directors, Mentor Program coordinators, professors, and both former and current members of this organization.

Through meticulous planning, KASA holds cultural, political, social and educational events to sustain our goals and visions. Of course, we do not do it by ourselves. KASA works continuously alongside other affiliated Korean student organizations such as KCF, KABSO, HAN perspective and ThiNK. In addition, we have close relations with ASU, SA, BUKUSA, and many other groups. With these extensive collaborations, KASA is able to act as a liaison, opening an arena of thorough communications and empowering unity on our campus and surrounding communities.

The Korean American Student Association (KASA) was officially chartered by the Student Association in March 1981. KASA is now officially a sub-group among the 7 others under the Asian Student Union (ASU).