The Atheist and Agnostic Society is intended to provide an educational and support system for students who believe that one can live a fulfilling, productive and ethical life without religion. We promote civil discussion and would like to be seen as good citizens of our university and broader community.
Constitution / Tier
||Students, Community Member, Staff and Faculty
||Students (Graduate and Undergraduate)
||Democratic, by attendee vote at end Spring Semester
||Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Locations Multicultural Center
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Currently, ISU AAS holds Bi-weekly meeting on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. The group explores topics and discusses event opportunities that allow members to embrace their status as an atheist and/or agnostic. We strive to provide a positive image for atheism and inform Iowa State's student body about secular and humanist values.
Description of Special Events
|Every other wednesday afternoon in the Free Speech Zone outside the Hub, we conduct our bi-weekly "Ask an Atheist," designed to allow us to engage Iowa State students about what they believe and why.