Cultural and ethnically based student organizations are designed to promote, support and provide education a specific culture or ethnicity.
Contact: Louis Kesse
In conjunction with the International Student Affairs office, and the various Departments and Institutes, we integrate, educate, program, and portray African cultural heritage.
Contact: Gorka Basterretxea Santiso
Artaburu Basque Organization wants to bring the Basque culture to ISU and to Bloomington-Normal.
Contact: Austin Sun
An organization promoting, supporting, providing, and educating students, faculty, and members of Illinois State University about Asian Pacific American culture.
Contact: Valeria Berrum
At ALAS, we aim to promote cultural awareness and student leadership on campus and throughout the community.
Contact: Ivan Garcia
The Movement strives to provide the university community with programs and activities that will foster a better understanding and appreciation for the cultural diversity of the Black & Latino community.
Contact: Aleisha Reado
BSU coordinates activities that strengthen cultural and political awareness and assists in developing skills necessary to become a professionally organized body of students that address issues pertinent to African Americans.
Contact: Alonzo Houston
This organization unifies different ethnic groups by providing a social environment where it is possible for everyone to engage with a cohesive and open attitude.
President: Zachary Chiganos
This organization unites Greek American students at ISU and expands their knowledge of the Greek culture.
Contact: Dinesh Daultani
Our purpose is to provide an opportunity for our members to interact, share and spread the Indian culture and heritage. ISA is proud to have members of Indian and Non-Indian origin.
Contact: Hernan Diaz Serafini
This group of International Students gather to share meals both on campus and in the homes of American families, sharing faith, culture and time at fun activities, close relationships, and open discussions.
Contact: Ashlyn Gramm
This organization provides outreach and resources for all international students on ISU campus.
Members participate in learning about Korean culture, activities, events, and games while building life long friendships and networks.
Contact: Rodney Nelson
This organization prepares young men for their future, showing them how to overcome obstacle, take advantage of opportunities, and lead by example.
Contact: Jamonica Randall
This women led minority group aimed at advancement in the minority community, standing for leadership, sisterhood, mentorship, community service, culture, and social outreach.
Contact: Jason Hale
As a college chapter of NAACP we hold informative programs that discuss politics, equal justice within the law, voter empowerment, health, education and community service projects outside the college realm.
Contact: Alicia Ramos
The purpose of this organizations is to increase the number of historically disenfranchised and underrepresented professionals in student affairs and/or higher education. This shall be accomplished through a semi-structured mentoring program, cohort discussions, and engagement in professional development within the field of student affairs.
Contact: Asia-Ana Williams
This national organization advocates for African American women and youth in obtaining the opportunity to reach the highest level in all fields of human endeavor.
President: Theoneste Nzaranyimana
Support endeavors that will always foster and promote agricultural and natural resource sciences and related fields in a positive manner among ethnic minorities
This organization provides the opportunity for members and others to speak Spanish and to increase their knowledge and awareness of the Spanish-speaking world through events celebrating Hispanic culture.
Contact: Hsiang-Ying Hou
This organization promotes Taiwanese culture through meetings and events.
Contact: LaCrisha McAllister
Serving as a united voice to express students’ needs and concerns, this organization promotes cultural diversity and establishes a stronger presence on campus to create support for underrepresented and underserved students.