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Indian Student Associations (ISA s) in North America

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Welcome to the most conclusive list of Indian Student Associations, ISAs and Asian associations of students in North America. Select from the states below to view the complete listings of student associations. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you don't see your school listed. The individual associations are responsible for their links.

A number of prospective students have been writing us asking for assistance with logistics at different universities in the US. Please note that GaramChai.com is an information service and is unable to help prospective students with information on admissions, logistics etc. Prospective students are are advised to contact the respective Indian Student Associations directly and to get accurate information on options for school in the United States, and which schools can fit your personal budget. However, we do provide insurance assistance to students and visitors traveling abroad. Please visit our Travel Insurance page to select an appropriate insurance. Those aspiring to further knowledge and looking for information on higher education can also visit the Education section of GaramChai.com.

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Interesting Articles


Not an easy transition: An ISA meeting in progress. (source)

  • Indian students return home from US: Until not long ago, there was much ado about bright Indian students leaving the country to gain an education and pursue their careers abroad, draining India of her most productive resources. But things seem to be changing now. While the flow of students waiting to gain their higher education in the US or UK has not ebbed, there is definitely an undercurrent developing of Indian students abroad wanting to get back to India.
  • The life of Indian students: As an American Fulbright scholar in India, I guess I was asked to sit on the panel to provide some American input. There was another American from the U.S. Embassy, but he actually would have appeared Indian to the students we were interviewing since he had Indian parents and dark skin. I happened to choose the seat right next to where the students sat as they entered the room for their 15 minute interviews. What was interesting about this is was that much of the interview had to do with why they wanted to study in America, what they knew about America, how they would adapt, etc., and the closest many of them had ever been to an American was right then during the interview.
  • Welcome to America: Sanchit Agarwal, in Ohio State University, says, "I still remember the strangeness of the physical surroundings. At the Chicago airport, I remember feeling that an English film was going on, and that I had to become a part of it. And, as I walked through the airport, the sight of another Indian made me feel happy."
  • Indians top US list of international students : "The US is seen as an educational destination that builds a strong base for careers. Students who do not gain admission to India's premier institutions see the US as an alternative that will also open doors for them in the future" Jane Schukoske, Executive director of the US Educational Foundation in India.
  • There are many options for school in the United States, and many which can fit your personal budget. For example for MBA programs, you get your MBA online at various schools or the more traditional schools. Options like that are true for many other programs as well. There is no shortage of options.

Editor's Note: Please send your articles on students life in US


Note: Page last updated: July 2013



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