Social and educational meetings: Thursdays at 7:45pm; Executive Board Meetings: Tuesday evenings at 7pm
OUT exists to promote the welfare of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (GLBT) students at Indiana University and support awareness of the GLBT community at large in Bloomington. This is accomplished by providing the following: information and education for the GLBT community; support and referral for GLBT students; involvement in GLBT causes; and our exsistence as a social organization for the GLBT community.
In addition to weekly meetings, regular OUT events include such things as Pride Week, Halloween Dance, the Miss Gay IU Pageant, and Hoosier Daddy. OUT also hosts conferences, brings speakers/performers to IU, and many other interesting GLBT activities.
116 S. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
The aim of the Pakistani Students Association of IUB is to represent and support Pakistani culture and values among the Indiana University populace. The PSA also serves as an active platform from which to put forward the needs of Pakistani students.
Indiana Memorial Union, Room 150
900 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Monday through Friday, 9am-3pm
The University Club is for all faculty, staff, alumni, and interested community members. Members share a common bond: Indiana University. Friendships formed at the Club help foster connections across departmental lines; our social, cultural, and recreational activities add to the texture of University life. The Club's comfortable, welcoming facilities offer spaces for both large and small social gatherings, and quiet places to read or write.
The Women's Law Caucus (WLC) is a student organization focusing on women's issues, community service, and professional development. The group hosts guest speakers to discuss women in the legal profession and the issues they may face. In addition, the WLC hosts and annual benefit for a local emergency shelter. The WLC also hosts social events.
111 S. Jordan
Bloomington, In 47405
The Indian Student Association (ISA) at Indiana University in Bloomington, is a student-led organization, founded by Indians of Indiana University and led by an elected executive board consisting of sixteen chairpersons. The association strives to bring awareness to Indian culture to both the campus and Bloomington community through some of the university's biggest cultural programs, independently and in conjunction with other ethnic organizations, as well as sponsoring volunteer work in the Bloomington community.
Foster is an air-conditioned, coed residence hall is made up of five separate residential buildings (Harper, Martin, Magee, Jenkinson and Shea) and a public building housing a food court. Mostly double rooms and some single rooms are available. It houses the Global Village LLC and Foster International LLC