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186 Bridge at Indiana University (186 Bridge Club)

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

Abdullah Alamri Saturday Cultural MeetUp (AASCM)

This organization will provide a lecture in Arabic language and culture every possible Saturday to Gulf States students at IUB.

African American and African Diaspora Graduate Society (AAADS Graduate Society)

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.

African Students Association (ASA at IU)

African Students Association

Aish Bloomington (Aish)

Aish Bloomington, also referred to as Aish, is the newest Jewish resource on campus offering a home away from home. We aim to inspire Jewish students to connect to Judaism and develop a stronger sense of who they are.


This is a safe place for people with all food allergies. We will cook food that we can all eat together and support each other as we cope with eating at IU. We will make birthday treats for members!

Alpha Chi Omega (AXO)

is a sorority here on campus and has been actively involved in campus activities. Since 1885, the members of Alpha Chi Omega have held wisdom, devotion and achievement in the highest regard.

Alpha Chi Sigma (AXSigma Epsilon)

Professional, Coeducational, Chemistry Fraternity

Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi)

Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated (Tau Chapter) (AKA)

Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is dedicated to serving the campus and community of Indiana University through educational programming and creating positive interactions through the cultivation of sisterhood and support among women.

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