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ActsTwo42 UW-Madison Chapter (2:42)

We are reconciling students to Christ and creating a culturally diverse community of students who live a relational, spirit empowered authentic life as evidenced through loving God and loving others.

African Students Association (ASA)

Our mission is to promote cultural and social awareness of African students amongst the entire student body and faculty of our university.

AIESEC Madison

AIESEC-Madison is part of a global youth organization that develops leadership capabilities through international leadership, exchange and internship programs. AIESEC is the world's largest youth-led org with over 100,000 members in 130 countries

Alexander Hamilton Society UW-Madison Chapter (AHS)

Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting constructive debate on basic principles and contemporary issues in foreign, economic, and national security policy.

alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority Inc. Associate Chapter (aKDPhi)

The purpose of this Asian-interest sorority is to promote sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, and Asian/Asian-American awareness in the University and community.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists - UW (A.A.P.G.)

UW-Madison's AAPG student chapter connects students to the oil & gas industry. We educate members to the science, economics, & events relevant to the oil & gas industry. Membership is free and open to interested students meeting minimal criteria.

Anaguma Eisa: UW-Madison's Okinawan Taiko Club (アナグマ・エイサー)

Anaguma Eisa performs Okinawan taiko drumming. Eisa is a form of folk-dance specific to the Ryukyu islands of southern Japan. It fuses taiko drumming with elements of martial arts, dance, and both traditional and contemporary music. Beginners welcome!!!

Ancient Chinese Cultural Association (ACCA)

This is a organization aiming to provide a stage where Chinese international students can show their special talents related to ancient Chinese culture and help other students on campus to better understand and enjoy traditional Chinese culture.

Asian Business and Economics Student Association (ABESA)

The Asian Business & Economics Student Association is a business-orientated organization providing the international Asian community on campus with the necessary resources to foster post-graduation success in the competitive job market.

Asian Musical Instruments Community (AMIC)

The purpose of Asian Musical Instruments Community is to bring students and UW affiliates from different ethnic and social backgrounds to engage in discussion about music genres from the Asian continent and related topics from a global perspective.

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