Clubs & Organizations

Joining a student organization is a great way to practice your new skills while getting to know your fellow students. Whether you’re looking for a study group or wanting to chat about your favorite foreign film, all of our student clubs inspire fun and lasting connections.

Students in the Global and International Studies program participate in international-related and ethnic clubs.

IU Indianapolis International Peer Mentoring Program

The International Peer Mentoring Program is a mentoring opportunity open to current IU Indianapolis undergraduate students.

Mentors are American and International students who serve as guides for new international students to feel welcome, supported, and well-resourced. Mentees are new international students who receive one on one support and join a diverse community of students which can often become their first “home” or “family” at IU Indianapolis.

Several had taken part in the international peer mentoring program. Some have lived in the International House and enjoyed that experience.

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International House

International House (also called I-House) is the on-campus home for more than 60 IU Indianapolis students from nearly 20 countries, including the U.S.!

I-House is in Riverwalk Apartments and also includes rooms in Hardrick House. Each I-House apartment is furnished and has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and a kitchen.

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International Club at IU Indianapolis

The International Club at IU Indianapolis is a student organization whose aim is to foster international and cross-cultural understanding on the IU Indianapolis campus. In addition to sponsoring the weekly International Culture Hour, the club also participates in community service projects, assists with planning and hosting of International Culture Show each fall and the IU Indianapolis International Festival & International Fashion Show each spring, and co-sponsors other programs throughout the year.

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Model United Nations

The Indianapolis Model United Nations (IMUN) is an annual simulation of the UN for high schools, held every March on the IU Indianapolis campus. Over a period of 24 hours, students simulate the different committees of the Model UN, in meetings moderated by students from IU Indianapolis.

IMUN is one of the two longest-running high school Model UNs in the world, and is attended by high school from Indiana and several neighboring states. In the pages that follow we have posted information on the annual conference, the registration procedure, important dates and contacts, and some background on the United Nations itself.

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African Student Association

Welcome to the African Student Association! We enjoy your participation on campus. We appreciate student voices so we will be heard on campus. This organization is open to all who are interested, staff, students and faculty members!

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Amigos en Servicio

The student organization Amigos en Servicio provides service to the Latino community in Indianapolis to offer educational opportunities for members to learn more about Latino Culture and their issues, to fundraise for Amigos en Servicio, and other organizations serving the Latino community in Indianapolis.

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Consider where you want to make an impact. See a list of student organizations within the School of Liberal Arts.

Find the right student organizations for you at The Spot.

More Info

Contact Michael Snodgrass, Program Director.