IU Student Organizations
The Bloomington campus of Indiana University has more than 650 student organizations on its campus. There is something for everyone. And if you can't find what you are looking for, it is very simple to start your own. Student organizations on campus have very diverse purposes. There are a wide range of service-based organizations that are active in working with Bloomington's many non-profits. There are also many activist, political, social, religious, academic, honorary, arts, professional and special interest student organizations.
The office of Student Life and Learning (formerly known as the Student Activities Office and as the Office of Student Organizations and Leadership Development) provides support to student organizations and has a list of all registered student organizations. The office is the first place to go for students interested in starting their own student organization.
All active student groups have profiles on MyInvolvement (requires IU login).