Cultural and ethnically based student organizations are designed to promote, support and provide education a specific culture or ethnicity.
Contact: Precious Odunukwe
In conjunction with the International Student Affairs office, and the various Departments and Institutes, we integrate, educate, program, and portray African cultural heritage.
Contact: Ainhoa Garcia De Vicuña Vega
Artaburu Basque Organization wants to bring the Basque culture to ISU and to Bloomington-Normal.
Contact: Vivian Nguyen
An organization promoting, supporting, providing, and educating students, faculty, and members of Illinois State University about Asian Pacific American culture.
Contact: Jessica Montenegro
At ALAS, we aim to promote cultural awareness and student leadership on campus and throughout the community.
Contact: Mijan Rahman
Promote, support and provide education about Bangladeshi culture at Illinois State University.
Contact: Ashley Dumas
The purpose of this organization is to make Homecoming a more inclusive experience for the black community. Each member represents an organization(s), and we will collaborate with one concrete flyer/website source for Homecoming.
Contact: Tyra Smith
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: Jiasui Ding
To foster traditional Chinese culture at Illinois State University in conjunction with other similar organizations in Bloomington-Normal.
Contact: Dariean Robinson
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.
Contact: Allison Madura
Club dedicated to learning about the Roman culture and Latin language and involving students and the community in cultural activities that foster Roman culture.
Contact: Jacob Stern
Bring together the students of Illinois State University (international and non-international) and the community members of the Bloomington-Normal area to interact and socialize with each other, without religious or political affiliation.
Contact: Ryan Owens
Foster student interest in the culture, language, and history of German-speaking countries by offering an open, intellectual community.
President: Zachary Chiganos
This organization unites Greek American students at ISU and expands their knowledge of the Greek culture.
Contact: Shweta Kumari
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.
Contact: Isabella Borzecki
The purpose of Klub Janosik is to promote the polish culture through volunteering on campus and in the community. Additionally, Klub Janosik will enhance the knowledge of group members with speakers and experiences related to Polish culture.
Contact: Connor Steele
Spreading the fun, love, and awareness of the unique South Korean culture together as a group through sharing great sessions with Korean food, k-pop, k-dramas, and more.
Contact: Junghwan Kim
The purpose of this organization is to promote friendship amongst those who are seeking to learn about Korean culture, as well as to share common interest via varying activities. The currently proposed organization would also pursue to encourage active and constructive communication between the current students and alumni.
Contact: Markus Scarborough
LOBOS 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 and Latino community.
Contact: Charles Williams
This organization prepares young men for their future, showing them how to overcome obstacle, take advantage of opportunities, and lead by example.
Contact: jaliyah Brown
This women led minority group aimed at advancement in the minority community, standing for leadership, sisterhood, mentorship, community service, culture, and social outreach.
Contact: Jessica White
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: Courtney B. Dandridge
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.
Contact: Julissa Navarrete
Support endeavors that will always foster and promote agricultural and natural resource sciences and related fields in a positive manner among ethnic minorities
Contact: Tiffani Jackson-Skinner
The purpose of this organization is to promote minority student excellence in the form of all entrepreneurial, artistic, and business related enterprises deemed worthy by majority vote of the executive board and presidential verification.
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: Chia-Hao Chuang
This organization promotes Taiwanese culture through meetings and events.
Contact: Flourice W. Richardson
To act as a united voice to express students’ needs and concerns in order to promote cultural diversity and establish a stronger presence on campus and create a support for underrepresented and underserved students.