Student Organizations - Community Organizations

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ACUI Association of College Unions International

Websitehttp://www.acui.org
Address120 West 7th Suite 200
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

 

ACUI (Association of College Unions International) was founded in the Midwestern United States by a group of students. Today, it has grown into the knowledge-based association for those students and professionals working in college unions and student activities throughout the world. The ACUI Central Office moved to Bloomington in 1981 and has maintained close ties with the local community and Indiana University ever since. More information about ACUI’s history and how 100 years was celebrated may be found at www.acui.org/100

ContactMichelle J. Smith
mjsmith1 [at] acui.org
Year Established1914
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
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Asian American Association

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~aaa/
AddressIndiana Memorial Union, Indiana University Bloomington
900 E 7th St, Room 673
Bloomington, IN 47405
Description

The Asian American Association seeks to bridge the gaps between Asian Americans and all peoples of IU.

Contactaaa [at] indiana.edu
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Crimson Cupboard Student Food Pantry

Websitehttps://beinvolved.indiana.edu/organization/CrimsonCupboard
Address800 North Union Street (Campus View Apartments)
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

Parent Organization: Indiana University - Bloomington

Based on the research that has been completed on food scarcity within college campuses, the Crimson Cupboard was created to fulfill those needs of students here at Indiana University Bloomington. We provide non-persihable food items to all IU undergraduate and graduate students who may be in need of food assistance. Students will have the opportunity to shop in the pantry twice each month and they will be required to simply show their student I.D. card (Campus Access Card) to access the pantry. The amount of food that each student recieves depends on their demographic information such as: place of residence, family size, etc. Regardless, we serve to ensure that every student recieves what they need.

All students are eligible to volunteer with the pantry, and we ask that each individual maintain a high level of discretion when volunteering with Crimson Cupbaord.

Contactjonesmem [at] umail.iu.edu
317-809-9938
Year Established2015
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Folklore and Ethnomusicology Students Association

Websitehttps://folkethno.webhost.iu.edu/scripts/index.cfm
Address504 N. Fess
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

Student Association for Folklore and Ethnomusicology majors.

Folklore and Ethnomusicology department website: https://folkethno.webhost.iu.edu/scripts/index.cfm

Contactiubfesa [at] indiana.edu
(812) 855-1027
Additional Contactfolkethn [at] indiana.edu
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Hong Kong Student Association

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~hongkong/
AddressInternational Center
116 S. Jordan
Bloomington, In 47405
Description

 

Faculty Advisor: Christopher Viers, 855-9086 Or call the International Center, 116 S. Jordan, 855-7133. The Hong Kong Students' Association at Indiana University Bloomington was established to serve the Hong Kong community and promote Hong Kong to the vast population around the IUB campus. Not only do we focus on helping the newcomers adapting to the American lifestyle, we also aim at helping every Hong Kong student to enrich their experience here at IU. Moreover, we desire to strengthen ties among our members and alumni, as well as to serve those who are interested in Hong Kong culture - we are here to provide a helping hand to the Hong Kong community and to share with people our unique heritage which we are absolutely proud of.

ContactGladys Sze Hueng Yuen
hongkong [at] indiana.edu
812-855-9086
Additional ContactInternational Center
hongkong [at] indiana.edu
855-7133
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Hungarian Cultural Association

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~hca/
Address116 S. Jordan
Bloomington, In 47405
Description

 

 

The Hungarian Cultural Association is a student-run organization at Indiana University. The HCA organizes programs and events for students of the Hungarian language and Hungarian Studies. Our group is comprised of both Americans and Hungarians alike, and our membership includes undergraduates, grad students, and community members.

ContactSara Takacs (President)
hca [at] indiana.edu
812-855-0377
Additional ContactCatherine Wells (Vice President)
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Indian Student Association

AddressInternational Center
111 S. Jordan
Bloomington, In 47405
Description

 

The Indian Student Association (ISA) at Indiana University in Bloomington, is a student-led organization, founded by Indians of Indiana University and led by an elected executive board consisting of sixteen chairpersons. The association strives to bring awareness to Indian culture to both the campus and Bloomington community through some of the university's biggest cultural programs, independently and in conjunction with other ethnic organizations, as well as sponsoring volunteer work in the Bloomington community.

ContactSerena Patel (Presdient)
isa [at] indiana.edu
Additional ContactInternational Center
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IUB Pakistani Students Association

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~psa/
AddressInternational Center
116 S. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Description

The aim of the Pakistani Students Association of IUB is to represent and support Pakistani culture and values among the Indiana University populace. The PSA also serves as an active platform from which to put forward the needs of Pakistani students.

ContactKaynaat Syed (Co-President)
psa.indiana [at] gmail.com
(812) 855-0377
Additional ContactNabeel Fiazuddin (Co-President)
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Latter Day Saints Student Association

Websitehttps://studentview.lds.org/home.aspx/60431
Address333 South Highland Ave
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description

 

Association for IU students involved with the Church of Latter Day Saints.

ContactRobert M Tibbs (Director)
AndersonLA [at] ldsces.org
812-334-3432
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Lutheran Campus Ministry

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~lutheran/
Address314 S. Rose Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description

Lutheran Campus Ministry is an inclusive ministry in Christ, that invites people in the University community to develop a deeper understanding of the body of Christ, so that they can discover and fulfill their vocation as disciples.

ContactKelli Skram (LCM Campus Pastor)
lutheran [at] indiana.edu
812-333-2474
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
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Malaysian Student Association

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~msaiub/
AddressInternational Center
116 S. Jordan
Bloomington, IN
Description

Networking group for Malaysian students in Bloomington.

ContactMohd Fazhi (President)
msaiub [at] indiana.edu
812-855-7133
Additional Contactmsmfauzi [at] indiana.edu
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Mortar Board Senior Honor Society

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~mortar/
Address900 E. 7th Street
Bloomington, IN
Description

 

 

Mortar Board, Inc. is a national honor society that recognizes college seniors for their achievements in scholarship, leadership and service. The honor society provides opportunities for continued leadership development, promotes service to colleges and universities and encourages lifelong contributions to the global community.

Mortar Board began as the first-ever national organization honoring senior college women founded in 1918. Today, it has grown into a comprehensive honor society that selects first-rate members who exemplify the ideals of scholarship, leadership and service. Mortar Board is an active honor society that requires members to uphold these ideals through campus and community service, academic achievement, and leadership.

ContactNatalie Spiller (President)
mortar [at] indiana.edu
(812) 856-1626
Additional ContactBecki Mason (Vice President)
nespille [at] indiana.edu
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Muslim Student Union

Websitehttp://www.indiana.edu/~msaweb/
AddressThe Islamic Center of Bloomington
1925 E. Atwater Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47401
Additional AddressInternational Center
116 S. Jordan
Bloomington, IN
Description

The Indiana University Muslim Student Union (MSU) was founded in 1997 to be the primary on-campus organization to service Muslims on the Indiana University Campus. The MSU seeks to please God in the best possible way, by following The Holy Qur'an that He sent down and following the teachings and examples of His Messenger Muhammad (PBUH)

Contactmsuweb [at] indiana.edu
219-263-8029
Additional Contact855-7133
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OUT: GLBT Student Union, Indiana University

Websitehttp://glbt.indiana.edu/home.php
Address705 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

 

OUT exists to promote the welfare of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (GLBT) students at Indiana University and support awareness of the GLBT community at large in Bloomington. This is accomplished by providing the following: information and education for the GLBT community; support and referral for GLBT students; involvement in GLBT causes; and our exsistence as a social organization for the GLBT community. In addition to weekly meetings, regular OUT events include such things as Pride Week, Halloween Dance, the Miss Gay IU Pageant, and Hoosier Daddy. OUT also hosts conferences, brings speakers/performers to IU, and many other interesting GLBT activities.

ContactDoug Bauder (Office Coordinator)
glbtserv [at] indiana.edu
(812) 855-4252
Additional Contactdbauder [at] indiana.edu
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Student Accounting Society

Websitehttps://kelley.iu.edu/sas/
AddressKelley School of Business
1309 E. Tenth Street, BU530
Bloomington, IN 47405
Description

The purpose of the SAS is to improve the professional, academic, and social aspects of its members' lives. It is our goal to bring accounting students, faculty, and professionals together in an 'out-of-the-classroom' atmosphere so that they can meet and discuss relevant accounting and business issues. Through activities such as professional events, community service & social functions, and committee involvement, the SAS helps its members learn the hard skills and soft skills that are needed to be successful in any business environment.

ContactMikel Tiller (Faculty Advisor)
sas [at] indiana.edu
(812) 855-2619
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