African Students Association
This organization aims to revive an indigenous culture, preserving and protecting the interests of native inhabitants while providing students with a pleasurable, entertaining, and sociable setting. By uniting all LIU Brooklyn students, this organization improves relationships among students of all nationalities with African Students.
Asian Students Association
In celebration of Asian cultures, this group promotes Asia and encourages LIU Brooklyn Asian students to create diversity and serve the community.
Caribbean Students Movement
This club is designed to keep social, academic, and cultural unity within LIU’s Caribbean population. We would like to bring together students of Caribbean birth, culture, descent, or anyone who is interested in the islands of the Caribbean, and give them the opportunity to increase the awareness of the Caribbean throughout the LIU campus.
Chabad of LIU
This club provides Jewish educational, cultural, social, and spiritual programs and resources for the students of LIU, with the goal of creating an awareness and appreciation of Jewish heritage. Chabad was founded over two Centuries ago to fill the world with the deepest secrets of the mystical age-old Jewish teachings about a Godly unity that exists within all of creation.
Hellenic Student Association
This club seeks to foster a professional learning environment in which all members take steps to further their knowledge and apply their skills towards a career in the field of sport sciences.
Hillel Jewish Students Organization
The purpose of this organization is to further the religious, cultural, and educational interests of Jewish students at LIU Brooklyn. It aims to create a “home away from home” for students.
International Women’s Caucus
This organization meets and discusses issues that affect women, and attempts to address and resolve these issues.
The aim of this club is to reach out to Hispanics, and all other persons who are interested in Latino culture, and help them with career goals, public relations, community involvement, and self-confidence within the society. This club aims to inform the LIU community about the Latino culture and ideas.
Muslim Students Organization
This organization seeks to teach LIU students and the community the Islam religion and ideas.
The purpose is to create an awareness of Indian culture amongst the LIU Brooklyn community to promote growth in international understanding and fellowship. The club promotes Indian culture, and helps the students of Indian origin to feel at home on campus by getting them involved with different activities.