Multicultural Student Services

Student Organizations

Multicultural Student Organizations

Friends of India

The Hendrix College Friends of India Association aims at providing a platform for students to learn about and celebrate Indian culture. The organization’s purpose is to offer an engaging social setting for those interested in Indian culture and to provide a way to bridge Hendrix with the larger Indian community of Central Arkansas, giving students information and opportunities to attend local events celebrating Indian holidays, traditions, food, and film. Contact: Dimple Shah at ShahDH@hendrix.edu  

Muslim Student Association (MSA)

The Hendrix Muslim Student Association aims to provide a communal setting for Muslims to practice their religious customs and an educational  platform to educate students of other religious affiliations about Islam. Contact: Anusheh Ali at AliAT@hendrix.edu.

Hillel

Hillel is a Jewish cultural organization, focused on providing a safe place for Jews on campus to practice familiar traditions finding creative ways to share and educate our fellow students about Jewish Culture. Hillel hosts bi-monthly dinners, concerts, and holiday themed events throughout the school year. Contact: Yahelle Yaccoby at YaccobyYY2@hendrix.edu

Arab Language and Culture Club

The Arab Language and Culture Club aims to raise cultural awareness amongst members of the Hendrix community. They aspire to teach the Arabic language to members of the organization while cultivating an understanding of the Arab culture as it pertains to the history and current events of the Middle East. Contact: Faisal Alnahhas at AlnahhasFZ@hendrix.edu

International Club

The aim is to increase interest and awareness of the cultures, languages and general customs of other nations.  The organization also hosts regular outdoor and field trip opportunities for exchange and international students, along with administrative meetings, film showings and literature readings.  Membership is open to any Hendrix student. Contact: Megan Prettyman at PrettymanME@hendrix.edu

Multicultural Development Committee (MDC)

MDC is dedicated to developing multicultural and international perspectives through educational, social, and cultural programming.  The organization promotes personal growth, community education, and positive social change by examining issues of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, and disability. Contact: Pratheepa Ravikumar at RavikumarPP@hendrix.edu

Students for Black Culture (SBC)

SBC is an organization designed to create an awareness and stimulate an appreciation of black's contributions to society. The organization consists of students wanting to advance the club's purpose by inviting speakers, utilizing educational resources, and increasing the community's awareness through films, discussions, and performances. Membership is open to any Hendrix Student. Contact Jasmine Watkins at WatkinsJA@hendrix.edu

Organization for Latino Expressions (OLE)

SLIC will encourage and promote the Hispanic culture, history, and language. SLIC will also serve as a collective and unified voice in matters concerning the interest and needs of Hispanic students at Hendrix College . Membership is open to any Hendrix student. Contact: Dani Ramirez-Aguilar at RamirezAguilarDD@hendrix.edu

Asian Cultures Club (ACC)

ACC provides fellowship among students for the purpose of learning about Asian Cultures and students in the Hendrix Community. The organization strives to unite students of all cultures and ethnic identities for the purpose of fulfilling one shared goal. Membership is open to any Hendrix student. Contact: Quy Pham at PhamQQ@hendrix.edu

Ngoma Africa Students Association (NASA)

N.A.S.A is a student organization that seeks to educate its members as well as the rest of Hendrix community about the incredible diversity of Africa as a continent through discussions, food events, and other events that embody several aspects of the African identity. As an organization, N.A.S.A strives to build meaningful relationships with anyone interested in learning more about Africa. Contact: Olivier Kwizera at KwizeraOO@hendrix.edu