Indiana University Clubs/Organizations

Latter Day Saints Student Association

Contact Robert Tibbs (Director)
Phone 812-334-3432
Email AndersonLA [at] ldsces [dot] org

Association for IU students involved with the Church of Latter Day Saints.


La Casa Latino Cultural Center

Contact Lillian Casillas (Director)
Phone 812-855-0174
Email lacasa [at] indiana [dot] edu
Description The Latino Cultural Center, La Casa, was established at Indiana University in November of 1973. Its purpose was, and continues to be, to achieve through educational and social programs, a greater historical, political and cultural awareness regarding Latina/os.

American Indian Student Association

Phone 812-855-4814
Email fnecc [at] indiana [dot] edu
Address Weatherly Hall 203
400 N Sunrise Drive
Bloomington, In 47405
Description The AISA acts as a support group both socially and academically for American Indian students, faculty, and staff. As a result, the organization seeks to increase the graduation rate of American Indian students, as well as promote their academic success.
Email aisa [at] indiana [dot] edu

University Women's Club of Indiana University

Contact Sondra Woodhouse (President)
Phone 855-1325
Email sonwood2003 [at] hotmail [dot] com
Address Indiana Memorial Union Room 150
900 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Hours The University Women's Board meets at 10:00 am on the First Thursday of the month in a board members' home
Description At a tea held in the home of Mrs. H. A. Hoffman on Thursday, April 24, 1913, a social organization of Indiana University faculty women, wives and teachers was proposed. Forty five women were present and after discussion, agreement was reached to send invitations to all eligible women; to hold eight meetings a year; to pay dues and to serve refreshments; and to have an executive committee to direct the organization.
Additional Contact Barb Aspy (Club Manager)
Email uclub [at] indiana [dot] edu

Arnold Air Society - Lt James L. Correll Squadron

Contact Kevin Skelton

Arnold Air Society's history reaches back more than 50 years to its founding at the University of Cincinnati in 1947, and Silver Wings traces its legacy to the founding Angel Flight at the University of Omaha in 1952. Our organizations have been steadfast partners ever since, striving to build outstanding airmen and civilian leaders who have an understanding of the importance of aerospace power to our nation. For more information, see the contact page on the website.


Progessive Faculty and Staff Caucus

Contact Mike Gasser
Email gasser [at] cs [dot] indiana [dot] edu
Description The Indiana University Progressive Faculty and Staff Caucus represents more than a hundred faculty, staff, and postdoctoral members from the Bloomington campus of Indiana University. As educators, the members of the PFSC recognize a responsibility to foster informed and critical dialogue in our classrooms, on our campus, in our community, and in national and international forums.

We seek to work in alliance with other groups and organizations committed to congruent ideas and educational aims.


IU Sing

Phone (812) 855-9152
Email iusing [at] indiana [dot] edu
Address Indiana University Student Foundation
1606 N. Fee Ln.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description Since 1932, the musical extravaganza known as IU Sing has delighted audiences and raised money for scholarships.

Indiana University Student Legal Services

Phone 812-855-7867
Description For IU students only. Prospective clients should visit the Student Legal services office in person or online. Intake forms are available on the website.

Folklore and Ethnomusicology Students Association

Phone (812) 855-1027
Email folkethn [at] indiana [dot] edu
Description Student Association for Folklore and Ethnomusicology majors.

Hoosier Courts Nursery School

Contact Carol Spencer (Director)
Phone (812) 855-1091
Email hccns [at] indiana [dot] edu
Hours Monday through Friday, 7:30am - 4pm
Description Hoosier Courts Cooperative Nursery School welcomes the enrollment of all children regardless of race, religion, gender, disability, or national origin. The school provides education for children ages 3 to 7.
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