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Membership in registered student organizations shall be open to all students of The University of Alabama without regard to race, religion, sex, ability, status, national origin, age, gender identity, gender expression, sexual identity, or veteran status except in cases of designated fraternal organizations exempted by federal law from Title IX regulations concerning discrimination on the basis of sex. 

Arabic Language and Culture Club 

The UA Arabic Language and Culture Club is dedicated to bringing together UA’s international community from the Middle East and North Africa with students on campus studying the Arabic language, culture, and anything in between.

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Indian Students Association of Tuscaloosa  

The organization’s founding principles are to share the cultures and traditions of India with domestic friends, guide future Indians arriving at UA through some of the changes that they might experience, ensure that Indian students do not get culturally lost in the U.S., preserve a sense of being “at home,” and share a feeling of kinship.

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Iranian Students Association at UA

This is a nonreligious, nonpolitical student organization whose objectives are to promote knowledge of Iranian culture among students, faculty, and staff as well as various communities at UA and Tuscaloosa; promote the spirit of friendship and cooperation among other cultural groups and student organizations at UA; and provide support to the Iranian community at UA.

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Kuwaiti Students Organization

The group seeks to help Kuwaiti students with college life — from finding an apartment to registering for classes to graduating — and make college life easier.

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Saudi Student Association 

The purpose of this organization is to represent Saudi students and encourage good relationships with the American society and the other students of different nationalities; promote civilization, history and heritage of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia through its activities and programs of cultural, social, sports and media; and create an awareness of the Saudi Arabian culture and society on UA campus and Tuscaloosa community through education and interaction.

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Turkish Student Association

This nonprofit organization is dedicated to addressing the social and cultural needs of Turkish and American friends living at The University of Alabama by promoting an understanding of American and Turkish cultures and fostering integrity through cultural and educational activities.

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