Multicultural Student OrgsC

Involvement + Diversity

Would you like to engage in fun-filled educational activities involving diverse cultures? Are you involved in social clubs related to your academic program, but feel disconnected from students who may be outside of your academic department? Do you want to learn about customs that are different from your own in an energetic and welcoming environment? If your answer to any of these questions is "yes," you want to become involved in the multicultural organizations on Ball State's campus.

Engagement + Multiculturalism

The multicultural organizations develop and sponsor cultural, educational, and social programming for their members and constituents of Ball State University to enhance the Campus Life experience. They celebrate diversity and provide cultural awareness for the entire campus community. Any Ball State student can join a multicultural organization regardless of race, sexual orientation, or ethnicity. For a complete list of all multicultural student organizations, visit Ball State's Benny Link. You don't want to miss your opportunity to get involved!

Now that you know the type of programming multicultural student organizations provide, you may be wondering, "what exactly are the multicultural student organizations?" Multicultural organizations directly advised by the Office of Student Life include the 

Asian American Student Association (AASA), Black Student Association (BSA), Latino Student Union (LSU), and Spectrum. There are no membership fees to become a member. More importantly, all programs sponsored by multicultural student organizations are open to all Ball State students! The overall goal of these organizations is to engage students in cultural experiences they will never forget! To learn more about  AASA, BSA, LSU, and Spectrum, feel free to visit their Web sites or contact the Office of Student Life.

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