The Italian Club is for students of Italian to learn more about Italian culture and language, promote the study of Italian at UAB and in the Birmingham community, and make new friends. We get together for various social and educational activities.

Faculty advisor: Giuliana Russo-Skinner
Un peu effronté? Non, c'est le Club F!

Good times, good food, and, with some effort, you'll be speaking French and ready to go to France and put it all in practice. Check the bulletin board for notice of meetings!

Faculty advisor: Charly Verstraet
We are the Spanish and Latin American Film Club at UAB. We watch movies/videos and discuss their cultural value and importance. We include the English subtitles on our movies so students at all levels (even those who don't know any Spanish!) can enjoy them.

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Faculty advisor: John Maddox
If you’re Latino, Spanish, taking Spanish, or simply enjoy some of the many culinary and musical aspects of Latin American and Spanish culture, you are invited to join us. S.A.L.S.A. (Spanish And Latino Student Association) has been created as a way to unite all the UAB students who share these interests.

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Faculty Contact: Lourdes Sánchez-López
Sigma Delta Pi is the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society (La Sociedad Nacional Honoraria Hispánica). Its purpose is to honor those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and in the study of the literature and culture of Spanish-speaking peoples. It encourages college and university students to acquire a greater interest in, and a deeper understanding of, Hispanic culture.

Faculty advisor: John Maddox

The Spanish Club is an organization that encompasses a diverse group of enthusiasts of the Spanish language and of Hispanic cultures. As an organization, we strive to improve our language skills and cultural understanding. We participate in numerous activities, such as the UAB International Bazaar, monthly/weekly conversational dinners, and free Spanish tutoring for UAB students.

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Faculty advisor: María Antonia Anderson de la Torre