The University of Michigan is host to many clubs and organizations. The U-M Student Club provides one point of access. Be sure to look at Maize pages (student organizations at U-M) and International Student Associations.
Mission To promote Polish culture, history, and traditions on U-M's campus. To provide students of Polish heritage or those interested in Poland with the opportunity to learn more about the nation and its history.
Programs Ethnic events, film festivals, Polish Conversation Nights, Pisanki Night, other social and entertainment events.
RSA's purpose is to complement Russian language classes by providing exposure to authentic Russian cultural materials and by enabling informal communication in Russian between students, graduate students, and faculty.
The Russian Speaker Association meets monthly on Thursdays in the basement of the Michigan Union. The club also holds other events throughout the school year.
Although this is the set time and place for the regular meetings, they are subject to change on occasion. Therefore, if it is your first time participating it would be beneficial to contact the coordinator, Alex Kogan, at AlexKogan@umich.edu beforehand.
U-M Russian Student Association (also known as "the Russian Club") Founded in the early 1990s, the RSA has grown into an organization centered on immersing its members in Russian culture and society of the past and present.
The Ukrainian Students' Club was established in order to further the education of fellow students on Ukrainian culture, heritage, history, and language through social and academic events and activities. Members of the Ukrainian Students' Club strive to unite students within the University community who wish to learn more about and practice their traditional culture. The club aims to spread Ukrainian cultural awareness. Students of the the club hold monthly meetings during which they discuss current events in Ukraine, plan for multiple social events, organize fundraisers, and more.