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ICA meetings are held every Thursday at 5pm in Swordfish 324 (located in the University Center)

Updates and News: 

 {New Member Applications Now Available!}

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Islander Cultural Alliance (ICA), there are two steps in the application process. One step is submitting an application, which can be found on ICA's Orgsync page under forms. Please complete this form by September 11th, 2015. The other step is attending an informational.

Informational Dates are:

September 9th at 4pm location TBD

September 10th at 12:30pm location TBD

After completing both steps the Leadership Council of ICA will meet to review applicants.  New members will be notified by September 21st, and initiated on September 24th at 5pm in UC Swordfish 324.

For more information or questions about the application process please contact Aidreauna Nash at aidreauna.nash@tamucc.edu.

ICA holds meetings every Thursday at 5:00 pm in Swordfish 324 (located in the University Center).

{Up All Night Event}: 

up al night

On Septemeber 4th, ICA is partnering with CAB for a night filled with fun. Come meet some of the organizations on campus! There will be karaoke, inflatables, Henna tattoos, and many more activities! Don't miss out on a fun night! Located in the University Center from 10pm to 1am

{"Real Talk" Series}:

Real talk

 ICA would like to introduce our new series called "Real Talk". Every second wednesday of every month we will discuss different topics to get our campus community talking and discussing about social issues that many face within the TAMU-CC and the Corpus Christi community. The purpose of this event is for the TAMU-CC campus to have a safe and non-threatening place to share perspectives and opinions on topics that may be a bit controversial. The topic for this month's RealTalk Series is, "Should undocumented immigrants receive financial aid?" Come out, Speak up, Be heard!


Mission and Purpose

The purpose of the ICA will be to unify the multicultural presence on campus represented by a diverse student population.  Inclusion will signify a unified multicultural atmosphere and participating organizations would be expected to support each other in individual club endeavors.

For more information, contact us!