THE FOLLOWING STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS ASSIST NEWLY ADMITTED STUDENTS FROM THEIR COUNTRIES
Arab Students Organization (ASO)
Binghamton University Japanese Association (BUJA)
Chinese American Student Union (CASU)
Chinese Student and Scholar Association (CSSA)
Graduate African Student Organization (GASO)
Graduate Student Organization (GSO)
Indian Graduate Student Organization (IGSO)
Iranian Student Association of Binghamton (ISAB)
Korean American Baptist Student Organization (KABSO)
Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)
Turkish Cultural Association (TURCA)
Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)
The Arab Students Organization welcomes you to Binghamton University. ASO is established to assist new and current Arab students adjust and be familiar with the lifestyle at Binghamton. ASO also endeavors to help those students alleviate their state/sense of homesickness and make them feel at home. In addition to the help and support the ASO provides, it, furthermore, aims to introduce and represent the Arabic culture, language, and heritage via hosting different types of events and holding regular meetings around campus.
Main Contact: Ahmad Q Momani, President
Main Contact’s E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome! Binghamton University Japanese Association is glad to have you here in Binghamton. BUJA is an organization open to anybody who is interested in Japan and its culture. We have been helping international students from Japan since our founding. If you have any problem, or if you want to talk to somebody from your country, please contact the following member:
Binghamton 欢迎您! The Chinese American Student Union or CASU has served as an educational and social voice for the Chinese and Chinese American community on campus. Through cultural events such as dumpling making, lantern making, dimsum and social events such as scavenger hunts, karaoke and pairing up upperclassmen with underclassmen mentor programs- CASU members can unite and share common interests on local, national, or international issues. All events are completely FREE! 看到你在秋季学期!
Welcome to the family of Chinese students and scholars at Binghamton University. CSSA will try its best to help you settle down. Please e-mail to the following address or check the CSSA website for contact information of CSSA executive board members. We will respond as soon as we can.
Main Contact: Wenshu Zhu, President
Main Contact’s E-mail Address: email@example.com
Vice President: Diyi Wang
Vice President E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Kehan Zhu
Vice President E-mail Address: email@example.com
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The Graduate African Student Organization (GASO) at Binghamton University is comprised of graduate students who are committed to issues about Africa and African students on its campuses all over United States and the world at large. We are glad to assist you in Binghamton and make you feel at home.
Main Contact: Mohammed Rabiu Abubakari, President
Main Contact’s E-mail Address: email@example.com
Welcome to Binghamton. We are glad to have you here! The Graduate Student Organization is a representative body of all graduate students on campus. We offer services such as research travel and conference funding and we sponsor a variety of social and cultural sub-organizations on campus. Most importantly, as the liaison between the administration and the graduate student body we work to improve graduate student wellbeing on campus. If you need help in any capacity, we are happy to offer assistance in any way we can.
Main Contact: Plash Sachdeva, President
Main Contact E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
VP of Multicultural Affairs: Sarah Marcus
VP of Multicultural Affairs E-mail Address: email@example.com
IGSO is a non-profit association established to provide support to new and current Indian graduate students adjust to the SUNY Binghamton campus and US lifestyle. We also work to promote Indian culture at the BU campus through various events and festivals.
Main Contact: Divyae Sharma
Main Contact E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Amey Desai
President’s E-mail Address: email@example.com
Organization’s E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Connection is a cultural club which aims to highlight the diversity on Binghamton University campus and to bridge the cultural gap between domestic and international students. International Connection includes everyone from all cultures and provides a multicultural environment for both domestic and international students to showcase themselves and learn about other cultures. Please feel free to contact us with questions!
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Main Contact: Shahrokh Akhlaghi, President
Main Contact E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Korean American Baptist Student Organization (KABSO) strives to promote Korean culture to the campus and to help our members to adjust into Binghamton campus community.
Welcome to SUNY Binghamton! Traditionally we have our Taiwanese student organization pick you up at the Binghamton airport. We also help you to open a bank account, to get housing information and anything else you need as much as we can. If you need any help, please feel free to contact the following student and welcome again!
Turkish Culture Association (TURCA) is an organization which represents the body of students that are affiliated with and or interested in Turkish culture in Binghamton University. Our purpose is to function as a gathering platform for all the students who are affiliated or interested in Turkish culture. We encourage interaction between members in order to discover various aspects of Turkish culture. TURCA also works in coordination with other cultural organizations in pursuit of promoting multi-cultural awareness on campus.
Main Contact: Onur Ozkaraman, President
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Vice President: Olus Erdemir
Vice President E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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XinChào! We at the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) welcome all prospective students who are interested in learning and fostering Vietnamese traditions. Founded in 1993, our objective since has been to spread awareness concerning Vietnamese culture, cuisine, and customs. If you are interested in joining our organization or have any questions, please feel free to email or visit us on our Facebook page!
Organization’s E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org