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International Student Organizations

There are more than 800 different student clubs and organizations throughout ASU. These groups are an excellent resource for new international students at ASU and provide many opportunities for social activities, community service and campus involvement. For a complete list of student organizations that provide opportunities for involvement at ASU, contact the Student Organization Resource Center (SORC).

Coalition of International Students

The Coalition of International Students aims to promote communication among all international student organizations, in order to coordinate and consolidate activities of international students, while increasing understanding among cultures within the university and community at large.

President: Aravind Sreenivasa

Email: asreeni3@asu.edu

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Africa Rises

The purpose of this organization is to portray, promote and share modern African culture to the diverse ASU community and act as a platform to share a positive image of a continent wrongly portrayed by the media. This organization seeks to create ambassadors of the very distinct and diverse culture and heritages the Africa and serve as a source of information to those interested in learning more about the continent of Africa. We are a service driven organization and we aim to engage with the local community through community service, fundraising and other social opportunities.

President: Victor Inyang

Email: vinyang@asu.edu

African Students Association

The African Student Association (AFSA) is an organization that was created out of the need for unity, camaraderie, fellowship and the desire to work together. AFSA is open to all who are interested in learning about and enjoying African culture. AFSA prides itself with creating a sense of community for students of African descent on campus and strives to educate its campus community on African-related topics. The African Students' Association aims to be a social forum for all students of African descent as well as all students who are interested in sharing the African experience at Arizona State University.

Website: asuafsa.weebly.com

President: Alpha Ngwenya

Email: angweny1@asu.edu

Bangladesh Students Association

Bangladeshi Students' Association (BSA) represents the Bangladeshi students studying at ASU. BSA organizes various cultural and social events to enrich the student-life experience. Our goal is to promote harmony among communities and to encourage diversity at ASU. BSA assists current and prospective Bangladeshi students with academic, housing and other issues. We successfully organized several events celebrating Bangladeshi heritage as well as commemorating International Mother Language Day.

President: Md Muztoba

Email: mmuztoba@asu.edu

Brazilian Club at ASU

The purpose of this organization is to provide a collaborative environment to study, celebrate Brazilian culture and promote academic and social engagement opportunities. We intend to liaise Brazilian students and Arizona State University faculty. We want to promote our language and our customs in order to improve the understanding about Brazil and its traditions. Also, we would like to help incoming Brazilian students understand ASU policies and learn more about what brings Brazilian students to ASU. Finally, we wish to encourage students to share their experiences and knowledge by promoting lectures, courses, study groups and events to the ASU community.

President: Paulo Eduardo Barbosa de Andrade Lima Vasconcelos

Email: pvasconc@asu.edu

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Bridge of Japan-America

Bridge Club is a club for ASU students learning Japanese or interested in learning about Japan. AS Japanese exchange students, we meet and exchange culturally and linguistically. Deuring our weekly meetings, we socialize, complete homework, do activities and have fun exploring different languages and cultures. Come join us!

Website: japan-bridge-asu.jimdo.com

President: Rhiannon Thomas

Email: rtthoma3@asu.edu

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

The Arizona State University Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) is a student organization dedicated to the goal of promoting social, intellectual and cultural activities for Chinese students and scholars at Arizona State University as well as other interested members in the ASU community. If you want to keep up with the newest event from CSSA, please follow us on Wechat. Our Wechat ID is ASU-CSSA.

Website: https://orgsync.com/12143/chapter

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President: He Li

Email: heli4@asu.edu

Ethiopian & Eritrean Student Association

The purpose of the club is to celebrate and raise awareness of Ethiopian and Eritrean culture, to provide support for Ethiopian and Eritrean students by fostering a sense of community and to give back to our community through various activities.

President: Sara Abebe

Email: sbabebe@asu.edu

Indian Students Association

The Indian Students Association at Arizona State University is a non-profit organization for all students from India. Our objectives are to promote service and leadership opportunities. We understand how tough it is, to arrive in a new country, thousands of miles away from home and settle down into a student's life there. We aim to help new students with the educational and social issues that they may face at ASU and be the Indian link for them. Student-student and student-community interactions are also highly encouraged. We also work to provide students a platform to express their creative side, especially on the performing arts front.

Website: http://www.isa-asu.org/?i=2

Club Email isa.asu@gmail.com

President: Sanjeev Sasikumar

Email: ssasiku1@asu.edu

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President: Pedram Jahangiry

Email: pjahang1@asu.edu

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Korean Students Association (KSA)

Our purpose is to share the Korean culture, history and society for ASU students as well as provide Korean students with mutual acceptance and friendship.

Website: http://ksa-asu.org/

President: Kyung Duk Bae

Email: kbae6@asu.edu

Malaysian Student Association

Malaysian Students Association is a non-profit organization at Arizona State University with the purpose of introducing Malaysian culture to the ASU community. The association also serves as a guide to Malaysian students who are pursuing an education at ASU.

President: Juliet Moo

Email: jmoo1@asu.edu

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Mosaic International Connections

Mosaic International Connections is a club on the downtown campus whose purpose is the recognition of international students on our campuses, the celebration of their culture and ethnicity, and academic achievement within the area of their study. In addition, the organization provides a platform to engage international students and other students interested in international and global issues.

President: Nancy Diaz

Email: Nancy.Diaz.1@asu.edu

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Muslim Student's Association

The Muslim Students Association (MSA) supports and encourages members to grow spiritually, morally and intellectually and to contribute positively and productively to the ASU community. The MSA also endeavors to further the understanding of Islam and enhance interfaith exchange at ASU. These goals are achieved by promoting fellowship, service and education.

President: Mona Said

Email: msaid2@asu.edu

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Nepalese Student's Association

The purpose of this organization is to build a strong network of students, faculty and staff interested in Nepal at ASU. We organize and participate in various events and programs to facilitate interactions and to promote awareness about Nepali culture.

Website: asu.orgsync.com/org/asunsa

President: Prajwal Paudyal

Email: ppaudyal@asu.edu

Pakistani Students Association

The Pakistani Students Association at Arizona State University is a non-profit organization for students from Pakistan and welcomes all ASU students. It strives to provide students with networking opportunities, community involvement, practical skills, knowledge and an understanding of the unique university experience. The PSA at ASU exists to connect with Pakistani students, faculty and staff at Arizona State University. By hosting various events throughout the year, we aim to reach out to different parts of the campus community to increase social interactions between both students and faculty members. Welcoming new students, making them feel at home and part of ASU is one of our primary goals.

President: Ayesha Aslam

Email: aaslam1@asu.edu

Portuguese Club

The purpose of this club is to share with ASU the Lusophone culture, including practicing conversational Portuguese but having a bigger focus on sharing our global experiences as students. Club meetings vary widely in topics, from teaching lusophone culture and the Portuguese language to talking about cultural experiences and pop culture. Although this is a great club for anyone enrolled in any Portuguese courses at ASU, you do not have to be a fluent speaker to be join this club.

President: Matt Goncalves

Email: mkgoncal@asu.edu

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Saudi Students Club (SSC)

Saudi Students Club (SSC) is considered the second home for Saudi students in the USA. It represents the history, culture, and traditions of Saudi Arabia to both American and international students at ASU. It also participates effectively in many international and national activities that are held at ASU.

Club Email: Admin@SSCASU.com

President: Abdullatif Almulhim

Email: aaalmulh@asu.edu

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Taiwanese Student Association

A club to assist students from Taiwan by helping new students to settle in and creating events and activities that form strong connections among Taiwanese students.

President: Wesley James Huang

Email: wesley1213@asu.edu

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Turkish Student Association

TUSA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to represent Turkish community on the Arizona State University campus. We aim to promote friendship, cooperation and understanding between the Turkish students and various other student groups and organizations of the university, facilitate and encourage cultural, educational and social activities of Turkish students, deal with issues related to students in general, present the Turkish culture to the residents of Arizona, promote cultural interchange between the Turkish students and other students at ASU through social and cultural activities, facilitate communication between various communities and student associations nationwide. TUSA membership and activities are open to people of all ages and cultures. To become a member, please contact any member of the TUSA Executive Committee. We invite you to tour our homepage and join our mailing list.

President: Yigit Yildirim

Email: myigityildirim@gmail.com

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Unified Society of South Asians

Our mission is to enlighten students of Arizona State University with the culture and heritage of the South Asian countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

President: Bhavini Mistry

Email: bmistry@asu.edu

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Vietnamese Students Association

The Vietnamese Student Association at Arizona State University is dedicated to providing opportunities for ASU students and students around the community to learn more about their culture, participate in community service and engage in activities that allows one to embrace the Vietnamese culture. It also provides networking opportunities for members to get to know one another and build long-lasting friendships while developing skills in leadership, cooperation and professionalism.

President: Brittany Le

Email: bqle1@asu.edu

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Women on the Move

Women on the Move envisions Saudi women who are successful and engaged in both the larger university and U.S. communities in their academic, professional, personal, family, and spiritual pursuits. Women on the Move works towards this vision by supporting Saudi women, both students and non-students, through activities, conferences and social gatherings coordinated by other Saudi women and their supporters. Women on the Move also works with the university community to help faculty, staff, and students better understand the unique needs, challenges and opportunities of Saudi women in the U.S., and how they can collaborate and support Saudi women in being successful.

President: Seham Tomihi

Email: stomihi@asu.edu

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