Student Life

Multicultural Life


These seven groups serve as the pulse of the Office of Multicultural Life. In addition to raising awareness and education of the various nations and cultures they represent, the groups are student run organizations specializing in community service, educational programming and social events. Click on each group to find out more about what they represent.



Asian Student Association


Black Student Union


Bridging The Gap


Caribbean Student Association


Expressions of Praise


International Student Association



Latino Student Association


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GENDER-SEXUALITY ALLIANCE (GSA) - GSA is an officially recognized student organization that provides a safe place for students of all sexual orientations to meet, learn from one another, challenge and engage one another, teach one another, and promote awareness and support, within the mission of the University and the tradition of the Catholic Church. To contact, email . Twitter:

STUDENT INTERFAITH ORGANIZATION (ISO) -  SJU encourages all students to further their own spiritual growth and religious faith during their time at SJU. Because it is a university in the Catholic and Jesuit traditions, SJU celebrates religious diversity, encouraging individuals and groups to practice their own faith as they so choose. Students are encouraged to participate in interfaith events in order to grow in understanding of others’ faith traditions, and to grow in appreciation of their own faith tradition. Meetings and events are held throughout the academic year. For more information, contact

INTERFAITH PRAYER ROOM The SJU community is welcome to use the interfaith prayer room for prayer, reflection, and meditation (located on the 2nd floor of Campion Student Center, room 234). Prayer mats are available for use. Please remove your shoes before entering the room. If additional interfaith prayer space is needed, please contact Beth in Campus Ministry ( about reserving space in Wolfington Hall for particular day and times. Questions? Email