Nepalese Student Association

Promoting diversity, awareness and co-operation

Latest News


Nepal Night 2014 video is up

BRT Nepal has posted a video of Nepal Night 2014. Click here to watch it.


Nepali New Year 2071 Celebration

Nepali Ghar and RMFN are organizing Nepali New Year 2071 celebration "Shubhakamana Sanjh". For more info, click here


Awesome article in BRTNEPAL.COM

Hey, check out an awesome article about Nepal Night published in It got some pictures too.


Nepal Night 2014 was a success

Congratulations all for the success of the event and many thanks to each and every one of you who contributed to its success! Thanks to our collaborators and thanks to Raju Lama dai for their valuable support!


Let's Get Ready for Nepal Nite 2014

Our next event Nepal Night is right around the corner. It will be on February 16, 2014. Tickets are FREE and includes FREE Nepali food. Please come enjoy Nepali dance and songs that evening at UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom. For more info, goto our events section. Thank you! See you there :)
- Sunny


DJ Night was a success

As one of the Tri-Executives of NSA, I am pleased to say that I am very proud of everything we as a group have been able to accomplish this year in this short amount of time. I have nothing but high hopes for the future and am looking forward for even more exciting and awesome events from the group. I would also like to thank everyone who came last night and supported the DJ Night and turned it into a success! Lastly, just incase if you are having a rough Sunday, here is something to make your day better!

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About Us

The Nepalese Student Association was started in the Spring of 2005 as a way to bring the Nepali community at CU-Boulder together. Before the inauguration of the group, few Nepali students were actually well acquainted with each other. The founders decided it was time to establish a better friendship and cooperation between the Nepali community present at CU. The original group comprised of three students. They researched the CU database and found the names of all the Nepali students at CU-Boulder at the time. Then, they contacted all of them and explained their intentions to these students. Most people either ignored the idea or ridiculed it. Despite all the negative response, the student group was established. Over the next three years, the group gained success in every step. NSA participated in many events at CU-Boulder and with success came approval from the Nepali community. Presently, NSA boasts a population of more than 50 students.

Our Mission:

  • Relationship and Cooperation

    To establish a better relationship and cooperation among the Nepali students at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

  • Friendship and Integrity

    To promote understanding, friendship, integrity, and cooperation among students, faculty members, and the surrounding communities.

  • Helping Others

    To extend all possible help and cooperation to all Nepali students at the University of Colorado at Boulder in such cases as may be deemed necessary by all the members of the executive committee.

  • Promote diversity

    To promote diversity, bring awareness, and lend a helping hand to the needs of Nepal

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