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Aahana is a non-profit organization that raises awareness and money for impoverished or disabled children in India. We create hope, inspire, and provide opportunities to bring light into the darkest corners of India.


The purpose of Access is to provide an avenue for UIC students to explore topics of faith and enjoy a spiritual community on campus. We desire to be a witnessing community of students and faculty that live out our faith in Jesus Christ in the

Accounting Club

The Accounting Club is a pre-professional and social club for accounting majors. We help develop relationships between students and firms. The main objective is to establish relationships between students and accountants in industry and public accounting


The purpose of this organization shall be to serve the Christians on campus and help all the members of the organization to set the mind-set toward God and have a vision in God. The purpose of the organization shall be to provide fellowship for Christian

African Student Council (ASC)

The African Student Council (which is a merger of the African Student Union, and the Africans in Alliance) is the student body representative of all African students on the UIC campus. its primary purpose is to serve as an effective

Agape House Campus Ministry (Agape)

Agape is a Christian community of students, staff, faculty, and young adults to:Investigate Faith; Explore Identity; and Discern Vocation through discussions, study, small groups, mentoring, and retreats. ALL are WELCOME here. We mean it.

Aikido Club

Aikido is a traditional Japanese martial art which uses non-combative techniques for self defense and personal development.

Alchemy Society (Chemistry Club)

The Alchemy Society will act as an opportunity for students with an interest in chemistry to further understand the subject, to meet other peers that share the same academic goals, to gain experience preparing and presenting technicalmaterial before

Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi)

The Iota Chi Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi University of Illinois at Chicago. The largest Jewish fraternity in the world.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Beta Chapter (Alpha Kappa Alpha)

Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded in 1908 at Howard University by nine women and is the first black Greek Letter Sorority.Beta chapter is a citywide chapter that brings together women from seven campuses in the Chicagoland area.We host many service events.

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