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* [http://www.nyu.edu/  New York University] New York, NY - Fred Beneson
 
* [http://www.nyu.edu/  New York University] New York, NY - Fred Beneson
 
* [http://www.temple.edu/ Temple University] Philadelphia, PA - [[User:junbugg|Irene Shlain]] is thinking of starting a chapter and possibly planning a Free Culture event as early as Spring 2005; contact irene.shlain@temple.edu if interested
 
* [http://www.temple.edu/ Temple University] Philadelphia, PA - [[User:junbugg|Irene Shlain]] is thinking of starting a chapter and possibly planning a Free Culture event as early as Spring 2005; contact irene.shlain@temple.edu if interested
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* [http://www.ucsb.edu/ University of California, Santa Barbara] Santa Barbara, CA- contact [[User:mollymolo|Molly]] if interestd in starting something up at UCSB
 
* [http://www.ucsc.edu/ University of California, Santa Cruz] Santa Cruz, CA - contact [[User:Aphid|Aphid]] or see contact info on our [http://santacruzfreeculture.org/ blog/wiki] to get in touch
 
* [http://www.ucsc.edu/ University of California, Santa Cruz] Santa Cruz, CA - contact [[User:Aphid|Aphid]] or see contact info on our [http://santacruzfreeculture.org/ blog/wiki] to get in touch
 
* [http://www.ucsd.edu/ University of California, San Diego] San Diego, CA - Needs help: contact [[User:MistarOblivion|Daniel Goodman]] to lend a hand
 
* [http://www.ucsd.edu/ University of California, San Diego] San Diego, CA - Needs help: contact [[User:MistarOblivion|Daniel Goodman]] to lend a hand

Revision as of 03:52, 23 March 2005

This is a list of schools with Free Culture groups or students interested in forming them. If your school is listed, feel free to contact the person below. If your school is not listed, please add it to the list and add your name as a contact.

The public version is here; if there's no contact info here, look there. We're in the process of syncing the two.

U.S. Groups

Established Groups

These guys have been around the block a few times.

Fledgling Groups

They're real, but they're just getting started. Get involved, get the ball rolling. (Note: You can't be a fledgling group until you've actually talked to some people in the national organization. Drop us a line at freedom@freeculture.org if you want to be "official". People whom we have never talked to must belong in the "hypothetical" category. Also, leaving some form of contact info on your user page would be a friendly gesture.)

Hypothetical Groups

Students at the following schools are interested in founding a chapter. Contact them and see how you can lend a hand.

Unclassified

Please move these into the appropriate category above.

People who've contacted us

International Groups