Clubs & Organizations

Joining a student organization is a great way to practice your language 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.

Sigma Delta Pi

A chapter of the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi, was established in 1990. Students meeting the qualification requirements may be eligible for induction into the IUPUI chapter, Sigma Epsilon. The Induction Ceremony takes place in April of every year.

For more information, contact Professor Andrea Smith, Advisor to Sigma Delta Pi.

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club at IUPUI is a student-run organization that supports the learning and use of the Spanish language at IUPUI and promotes awareness and understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures among the IUPUI community.

  • The Club supports the learning of the Spanish language at IUPUI by providing interesting and accessible opportunities where the IUPUI community can enhance and maintain its knowledge of the Spanish language.
  • The Club promotes awareness and understanding of Spanish cultures among the IUPUI community through planning, hosting, or promoting activities/events within the IUPUI community that present accurate information about Spanish-speaking cultures.
  • The Spanish Club has over 50 members and they meet at the Spanish Resource Center or on Zoom

For more information, contact

Spanish Resource Center

The Spanish Resource Center in Indianapolis is the result of cooperative efforts between the IUPUI Department of World Languages and Cultures, the IUPUI Department of International Affairs, and of the Spanish Embassy’s Ministry of Education. Check for services and scheduled tutoring hours in CA 205.

Other Student Organizations

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 Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Director of Program in Spanish.