AKA Program

Find your home away from home! The AKA (Ate, Kuya, Ading) Program brings our community together and helps connect us with all PSA members, from new freshmen to past alumni.

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!

AKA requests occur every semester! If you’d like to be a part of our AKA program, become a member and be on the look out for an AKA form in the Fall of 2022!

AKA Program – Sarah Grinen