Our Organization is trying to build a bridge to connect the college study and the world outside. We would like to explore and solve real life problems to promote our abilities
This organization will provide a lecture in Arabic language and culture every possible Saturday to Gulf States students at IUB.
The African American and African Diaspora Studies Graduate Society (AAADSGS) is an organization devoted to the intellectual stewardship of all graduate students in the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies (AAADS) at IU.
The ALCC@IU celebrates the wide variety of African languages and cultures available for study here at IU Bloomington. Monthly meetings and get-togethers can include movie/game nights, museum outings, and especially, the African Language Festival!
African Students Association
With a 100,000+ members spread across 2,400+ chapters all over the world, we provide exchange experiences in terms of international internships and volunteer programs.
Developing global leaders during service-learning trips over Thanksgiving, Winter and Spring breaks. A proud Kelley Institute for Social Impact (KISI) partner.
The purpose of Amal Outreach for Displaced Peoples is to help migrants adjust to life in the US through online interaction with students, and to raise awareness of the severity of their situation through fundraising and other events.
AISA is an organization dedicated to Native American culture and issues and is open to both Native and non-Native students.
Formerly know as, Arab Students' Association, the Arabic Club aims to connect native Arabic speakers with students who want to improve their conversational Arabic, exchange culture, and build friendship!