ISA at UNO

The Indian Student Association (ISA) of the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus heartily welcomes one and all! The ISA was established in October 2001 to become an anchor point for students of Indian origin at the University of Nebraska as well as help incoming students integrate into the new environment easily.

The ISA is dedicated to preserve and promote Indian culture to the University community, to promote friendly relations about the diverse Indian culture, to strengthen fraternal bonds among fellow Indian students, as well as other students at the university, to carry out social, charitable, educational and athletic activities, to help incoming and existing students adjust to college life. Being one of the students organizations on campus we have maintained a tradition of excellence through various events that bring about awareness to Indian and non-Indian students alike.

Through our activities and community service, we have been able to share the diversity of Indian culture with the international community.

Constitution of Indian Student Association-UNO revised 7-12-2012

If you are a new student, please take the time to read the pages in the New Students Section, as they contain a wealth of info that will answer most of your questions regarding the University and coming to Omaha.

In order to join Indian Student Association you need to pay the Semester Fee for Membership. So, please fill out this registration form and contact any of the officers to be a member and make yourself a part of the Indian Student Association.