Internationally Minded Organizations
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To bring people of African and Non-African descent together to experience, learn, and share the cultures and traditions of the countries on the African continent. The organization focuses on bringing the culture to life through educational activism, seminars and forums, pot luck samples, fashion shows, and other various displays of African artwork and life.
Bangladesh Student Association is a student organization at Texas State University. We are dedicated to promoting goodwill, friendship, and understanding among the students at Texas State. Our aim is to present and project the life and culture of Bangladesh.
To promote friendship among Chinese student, American students and other Texas State students. To provide opportunities for cultural understanding and exchange on and off campus. To serve as a liaison between Chinese students and university and local community. To hold large scaled events regularly, such as the Spring Festival gala and the Mid-Autumn Festival Banquet.
FSA promotes its mission statement with culture performances, demonstrations, social gatherings as well as attending camaraderie event in relevance to Filipino culture. Through our strong membership and support from former members, FSA has enhanced the student community and will continue to do so.
Le Cercle Français, Texas State's French Club, is open to all students interested in French language, history, food, and culture. Undergraduate and graduate students, French-speaking and non-French speaking, les jeunes and les vieux, Le Cercle welcomes everyone to come enjoy sharing French language, culture, and occasionally crêpes.
- Instagram: lecercle_txst
- Facebook Page: Le Cercle Français à Texas State University (https://www.facebook.com/lecercletxst/)
- Email: email@example.com
The Indian Student Association was founded with the sole purpose of making a significant contribution in context to the student welfare at Texas State University. ISA wishes to extend its services to the general community so as to promote all round development concerning students in local, state, and national events. A forum for cross cultural interaction transcending all geographical boundaries ISA focus on the welfare of Indian Students Community but its doors are open to all students. From arranging to pickup newly and keep them in touch with their distant homeland ISA is involved in various activities towards these.
Adjusting to life in America is hard, so why not do it with some friends?
International Connect (IConn), seeks to help with the transition for International undergraduate and graduate students at Texas State University by giving international students practical tips on living in America, helping them to practice their English and have some cultural exchange with a dedicated pair of mentors.
It's a chance for international students to get acclimated to living in America while having fun.
Visit the IConn website to get connected: www.internationalconnect.org
The International Studies Club at Texas State University is an organization in which students can gain knowledge of different cultures, keep up to date on current events, and learn about study abroad opportunities. We bring in faculty members to provide background and information on global topics and then follow with open discussion. Our meetings are ideal for making connections with respected faculty members and students! Also, we are very involved on campus. We host social events like our annual German Potluck, we sell food and hand out fliers in the quad, look forward to participating in Bobcat Build, and we work closely with Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Iota Rho, and Unicef. Anyone is welcome to attend our meetings.
Membership Requirements : Membership is open to students interested in international events/affairs.
Website : www.txstate.edu/internationalstudies/Students/International-Studies-Club
The Korean Culture Club hopes to bring together those who have a common interest in Korean culture and to broaden awareness of Korean culture to the entire student through diverse activities such as sharing Korean foods, enjoying K-pop together, and having special outings.
LU's mission is to empower our members through support and education of relevant issues; To connect our members to each other, our community and resources that will be influential in their future; Finally, to provide an example of leadership, grace and friendship that will serve to build and strengthen and community.
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The Muslim Students Association of Texas State develops cooperation and understanding among Muslim students, students of other faiths and groups of non-faith, through respectful dialog, congregational prayers and cultural activities. The association creates a forum where members of the Texas State community can ask questions and learn, and it works to maintain a friendly and supportive campus environment where individuals can live, study and work as Muslims. Please follow our social media to keep updated about our events!
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is a not-for-profit educational and service organization in the United States. SWE has over 37,000 members in nearly 100 professional sections and 300 student sections throughout the United States. SWE-TXST is the branch of SWE in Texas State University. SWE-TXST belongs to Region C section.
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Student Association for Campus Activities Welcome to SACA! We are your primary source for free entertainment on campus. From comedians to Riverfest, we strive to provide fun and diverse programs that encourage fellowship and camaraderie among students. Be sure to check out our calendar of upcoming events for all of the latest happenings on campus.
Website : saca.lbjsc.txstate.edu/
VSA is an all-inclusive organization that serves to promote cultural awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of the Vietnamese culture through the involvement of the general student body. Students have opportunities to serve the community through philanthropic events and develop one’s character through the growth and success of VSA.
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1406210312939791/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/txstvsa/