Asian American Student Association (AASA)
The Asian American Student Association (AASA), formerly known as the Asian Student Association, was approved to become a student organization March 26, 1991. Formerly located in the Multicultural Center, AASA is now advised through the Office of Student Life, the clearing house for all recognized student organizations. Meetings are held every Monday at 6:30 p.m. virtual/via zoom.

The Black Student Association (BSA) 
Known as the Black Student Union, became a recognized student organization on May 22, 1969. Formerly located in the Multicultural Center, BSA is now advised through the Office of Student Life, the clearing house for all recognized student organizations. If you are looking for an organization that strives to help Black people preserve, advance, and represent the social and intellectual aspects of Black Culture, the Black Student Association is for you! In addition, BSA aims to develop stronger connections, and collaboration among Black students and all organizations on campus. Meetings are held bi-weekly on Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. virtual/via zoom.

Latinx Student Union (LSU)
Before the Latinx Student Union (LSU) became a recognized student organization, a group of students organized the Hispanic Student Association, an interest group dedicated to forming the Notre American Hispano Association (North American Hispanic Association). On May 1, 1987, the North American Hispanic Association became a recognized student organization and changed its name to La Allianza De Estudiantes Lationos (The Alliance of Latino Students, LADEL). In 1999, La Alianza De Estudiantes had undergone yet another name change to what we now call the Latino Student Union. Formerly located in the Multicultural Center, LSU is now advised through the Office of Student Life, the clearing house for all recognized student organizations. Meetings are held bi-weekly on Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m. virtual/via zoom.

Spectrum
Since 1974, Spectrum has served as Ball State University's organization for gender, sexual and romantic minorities (LGBTQ+) and their allies. Spectrum is advised through the Office of Student Life, the clearing house for all recognized student organizations.

Spectrum provides social support to create a comfortable, confidential and accepting atmosphere for its members. Meetings are both fun and educational. Everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression is welcome to attend our meetings and events! Due to the nature of this organization, everyone is asked to respect the privacy of others.

Meetings are held bi-weekly on Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. All meetings will be held via WebEx. For access to our meeting link, please e-mail us at bsuspectrum@gmail.com.