Registered Student Organizations
More Than 50 Ways To Get Involved
From common interest groups and service organizations to academic clubs and honor societies, UIndy has plenty of activities to fit your unique interests. For more information on any of the following organizations, contact Stephanie Barry, director of student activities. You can also browse these organizations and find upcoming events on Greyhound Link.
Forensics @ UIndy (FOUND)
National Association for Collegiate Music Education (NAFME)
Pre-Law Student Association
Pre-Physical Therapy Student Organization (PPTSO)
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
Social Work Association (SWA)
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
Sociology & Criminal Justice Student Association
Student Education Association (SEA)
Student Nurse Association (SNA)
UIndy Student Athletic Training Club
Common Interest Organizations
Community Service Organizations
Black Student Association (BSA)
Chinese Student Union (CSU)
Indian Student Association
Saudi Student Association
Student Organization of Latinos (SOL)
UIndy Francophone Club
UIndy PRIDE Gay-Straight Alliance
UIndy Students for Justice in Palestine
For more info:
- Visit The Student Activities Channel on "My UIndy."
- LIKE the UIndy Student Life Facebook page.
- FOLLOW us on Twitter @UIndyStuLife.
- Stop by The Student Affairs Office (Schwitzer 209).
Want to form a new student organization?
Active Minds is dedicated to utilizing the student voice to educate and reduce stigma about mental health on college campuses.
Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice) seeks to promote members' professionalism and employability, keep abreast of advances in evidence-based practices, and elevate criminal justice as a field and discipline.
Alpha Psi Omega is a national honor society for theatre students that offers leadership opportunities, organizes events and helps the community through theatre.
Black Student Association (BSA) cultivates and encourages high academic, spiritual and personal advancement, and educates about African-American culture.
CALUB (Community for the Advancement of Learning and Understanding Biology) is an organization that provides educational, social, academic, service and recreational programs for the development of students through biology.
Campus Program Board (CPB) builds a stronger campus by creating, organizing, and facilitating educational, social, spiritual and service-oriented events and activities.
Catalyst is an organization committed to challenging students to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ. The organization offers opportunities for fellowship, Bible study, prayer and recreation.
Catholic Student Association (CSA) serves God and His people by living, representing and sharing His truth.
Chemistry Club is a fun and educational way to get involved with the Chemistry Department on campus. The club participates in volunteer opportunities and recreational activities both on and off campus.
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship unites to reach students for Christ and grow as disciples by building relationships and sharing God's love on the UIndy campus.
Chinese Student Union commits itself to spreading Chinese culture on UIndy's campus and building relationships between Chinese and American students.
College Mentors for Kids motivates kids and communities to reach their full potential through weekly activities. They bring that mission to life by fostering inspiration to transform lives, education to change attitudes and connections to increase opportunities.
CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) hopes to turn lost students into Christ-centered laborers for a lifetime through Christian fellowship, worship and spiritual guidance.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes presents to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
Janus Club is designed to incorporate the departments of History, International Relations and Political Science.
Kappa Delta Pi honors teacher candidates who have excelled in scholarship, leadership and service, and provides collaboration and professional development to prepare students for teaching.
Mu Phi Epsilon is a national music society dedicated to fostering a love of music locally, nationally, and internationally through events such as concerts, fundraisers, tutoring labs and ISO trips that are open and free to the student body. Membership is by invitation.
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) is dedicated to the perpetuation of a free press as the cornerstone of our nation and our liberty. It is the goal of SPJ to teach ethics and leadership in journalism and hold programs that demonstrate the importance of the First Amendment.
Sociology & Criminal Justice Student Association provides the opportunity to engage in service, contribute toward campus academic events, network with our future professionals, and gain leadership experience.
UIndy Circle K International is the world’s largest collegiate service organization that is part of the Kiwanis family. Our goal is to develop our members (students) into global citizens and leaders who are socially responsible and committed to service.