The intent of establishing this organization is to introduce Afghan cultures and facilitate new Afghan students who get admission to Purdue University to pursue their education.
The African Students' Association is an independent, non-profit, non-sectarian, sociocultural and educational student organization. Preambles We the African students of Purdue University, in order to form a more perfect union,
The AfroRoyále Dance Troupe is a dance team that specializes in contemporary African music, also known as "afrobeats". The AfroRoyále Dance Troupe aims to bring people of all cultures and backgrounds together through dance.
The Purdue AgriBusiness Club works to create networking opportunities for our members with industry professionals. Our goal is to expose our members to agricultural companies that are looking for interns or full time cantidates.
Agricultural & Biological Engineering
The Agricultural and Biological Engineering Graduate Student Association is an organization that consists of students engaging in research or pursuing an advanced degree in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University.
Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) is a nationwide preprofessional organization for university students who are interested in the field of communication related to the agricultural sciences. Membership in the organization is
The ASM Club was designed to promote the ASM major, but encourages any student interested in agriculture to join. ASM Club usually tours facilities of major agricultural companies such as ADM, John Deere, etc. during the year and also has a fundraiser.
Who we are: We are students that care about Agronomy. Some of our members are not Agronomy majors. Many have farm backgrounds, and some have friends in Agronomy. Everyone is welcome to join!
The Purdue University Aikido Club is a Purdue Recreational Sports Club dedicated to training in Aikido, a non-competitive Japanese martial art with an emphasis on self-defense techniques that utilize the energy of the attacker. The Purdue Aikido club