The Chinese Club promotes everything Chinese and the Mandarin language but also does service learning within the local community. It is open to all students who are willing to learn about Chinese language, its culture, and its people.
FLIS students can become members of the nationally recognized Foreign Language Association, Alpha Mu Gamma. It is a language association devoted to recognizing the talents and academics of first- and second-year students who study foreign
language. Bellarmine University is charter Epsilon Iota. The requirements are very rigorous but rewarding. The association is open to all students who are pursuing languages and fulfill the criteria.
Students pursuing a Spanish major or a minor can become members of Sigma Delta Pi, the only honor society devoted exclusively to students of Spanish in four-year colleges and universities and the largest foreign-language honor society
The Bellarmine International Club (BIC) promotes student, faculty, and community interest in customs, food, music, language, general knowledge, and understanding of different cultures, and raises awareness while assisting in the support
and guidance of new and returning international students. BIC is for FLIS majors, international and exchange students, and other students interested in world cultures. Some activities of the group include international potluck lunches, presentations
by international students about their home countries, and field trips to various tourist spots in the region.
Spanish majors and minors are encouraged to join the Spanish Club, which promotes Hispanic/Latino diversity, education, and awareness of diversity in our community and beyond. This organization will establish a network for students interested
in multicultural diversity in Spanish. The club is open to all students regardless of their knowledge of Spanish.