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.
The Asian American Student Association (AASA) provides programming to strengthen cultural pride and help develop a campus environment conducive to cultural appreciation. Learn more.
The Black Student Association (BSA) helps students grow and develop through cultural, social, and academic discussions and programs from an African-American perspective. Learn more.
The Latinx Student Union (LSU) promotes the identity and unity of Latinx students through intellectual, cultural, and social growth. Learn more.
Spectrum educates the Ball State and Muncie communities on lesbian, bisexual, gay, and trans issues, cultures, and history through various programming efforts. Learn more.