Learn about campus life at IU Southeast.
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Student speaks: IU Southeast is a small campus with big opportunities. These big opportunities also apply to campus life. With over 100 student clubs and organizations, you're sure to find something to achieve your social, personal and professional goals. There's a lot of life on campus. All you have to do is get involved.
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Student speaks: Create lifelong bonds by rushing a Sorority of Fraternity.
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Student speaks: IU Southeast is home to 8 Fraternity and Sorority chapters including Tau Kappa, Epsilon, Sigma Kappa, and the National Panhellenic Council.
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Student speaks: You can also join a professional club to help prepare you for your future, such as the Marketing Club, the Pre-Med Society, Student Government Association or the Student Nurses Association.
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There are also plenty of special interest organizations and just for fun clubs you could join like the Gamer Society, Multicultural Student Union and Christian Student Fellowship.
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Student speaks: And if you don't know what you're looking for, you can create your own.
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Why not have a little fun cheering on our Grenadiers?
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Student speaks: IU Southeast has seven NAIA teams covering basketball, softball, baseball, tennis and volleyball.
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Student speaks: You could also have fun playing sports. Intramural sports such as basketball, flag football and sand volleyball are available to IU Southeast students.
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Student speaks: If the arts are more your thing, IU Southeast is home to the Ogle Center, take in a show or watch the IU Southeast Concert Band perform.
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Student speaks: You can also explore outside of campus.
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Student speaks: There's a lot of places to eat and things to do in IU Southeast home city of New Albany and in Louisville, which is just over the bridge and less than 10 miles away.
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Get involved and make connections to last a lifetime that can also help you get ahead in life. To learn more about campus life at IU Southeast, go to ius.edu/campus-life.
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