Leo Dowling International Center
111 S. Jordan St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Saturdays 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Contultants are available to answer questions for individuals who are learning English as a second or third language. The service is first-
come, first-served and provides help with communicating at places like local banks, post offices, restaurants or stores.
The Indiana University Ballet Department provides the highest level of professional ballet training within an academic, intellectual, and artistic university environment. The department trains dancers of a technical and artistic level who succeed as performers, choreographers, teachers, and administrators. The faculty is comprised of experienced ballet teachers, each with major professional company experience.
Spring 2010 schedule: Saturdays 9:15am-12pm and Thursdays 7:30-9pm in HPER 163
T'ai Chi Ch'uan is a Chinese martial art that emphasizes balance and body coordination rather than muscle strength. It requires relaxation of the mind and body and is therefore not only practiced for developing physically, but also mentally. The set of T'ai Chi movements can be practiced slowly as a form of meditation or can be adapted for self defense training.
A student organized undergraduate club open to any current or potential major in biology or microbiology. Activities include: Big Brother/Big Sister program, faculty/student coffee hours, Biology Career Fair, Career Nights, study tables, and social events.
Web Address: http://www.indiana.edu/~bioclub/base.html
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.
Kelley School of Business
1309 E. Tenth Street, BU530
Bloomington, IN 47405
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.