Cultural and Religious Life

Cultural Organizations

AIS: Association of International Students

The purpose of the Association of International Students (AIS) is to foster a sense of community and encourage cultural exchange among international as well as domestic students. All members of the College community are welcome. AIS hopes to promote cultural understanding of differences on campus. There are approximately 200 members. The AIS Board organizes events and would love to hear from you. If you have any ideas, or want help with something, feel free to contact any member of the board.

Many other cultural clubs exist at Bryn Mawr including:

  • Alliance of Multicultural Organization Members
  • Asian Students' Association (ASA)
  • Association of International Students (AIS)
  • Bryn Mawr African and Caribbean Student Organization (BACaSO)
  • BMC Dharmic Students Association (BMC DSA)
  • EnAble
  • Japan Student Association (JSA)
  • Mawrters for Immigrant Justice
  • Mujeres*
  • Multi
  • Muslim Students Association (MSA)
  • Tri-College National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • Rainbow Alliance
  • Sisterhood*
  • Bryn Mawr College South Asian Students (BMC SAS)
  • Zami

All clubs can be found here.

Religious Life

Resources for religious and spiritual life exist both on and off campus.

For additional information, including contact information for student leaders and religious advisers, visit The Impact Center’s Religious and Spiritual Life website.

Student Organizations

Visit the Student Engagement website for information on the many religious organizations on campus.