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CSEAS Community

Campus Organizations

Filipino-American Student Association thrives on Filipino and Filipino-American culture as the driving force behind its continuing efforts to educate others about the Filipino heritage.

Group in Buddhist Studies is an interdepartmental consortium of scholars and students trained in the Buddhist traditions of China, India, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Tibet. The group provide a forum for faculty, students, and members of the community to share research and resources with the aim of advancing the academic study and public understanding of Buddhist traditions worldwide

Indonesian Students Association (Perhimpunan Mahasiswa Indonesia, PERMIAS) is a student group and a supporting community for fellow Indonesian students and families in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area, as well as an agent to promote Indonesian culture.
 
Malaysian Students Association (MimSA) a student organization for Malaysians studying at the University of Michigan. One of our goals is to provide a home away from home for our members
 
Singapore Students Association aims to provide opportunities for the Singaporean community to interact such that it fosters cohesion and closer relationships within the Singaporean community
 
Thai Student Association is an organization that brings together students from Thailand, Thai-U.S. and anyone interested in the Thai Culture. Our goals are to promote a unified community of Thais and share our culture with the UM and Ann Arbor community
 
Vietnamese Student Association is dedicated to increasing cultural awareness and diversity on campus and in the community. We strive to create a supportive and cooperative environment for those of Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese descent

Local Groups

Indonesian Potluck, is a monthly potluck hosted by Agustini, U-M's Indonesian instructor, to provide an opportunity for students who are learning Indonesian language to learn some informal Indonesian while sharing Indonesian food. It is also an opportunity to connect with other students on campus who are interested in Indonesia, as well as the Indonesian community in Southeast Michigan.
 
Philippine Studies Group brings in lecturers who speak on a broad range of topics dealing with the Philippines. Anyone from the Filipino community and those interested in the Philippines are encouraged to come. For more information, please contact us.
 
Filipino-American Community Council of Michigan (FILAMCCO) is an umbrella organization in Southeastern Michigan for all different kinds of programs, events, and projects for Filipino Americans.