Saint Louis University

Student Organizational Involvement

The CCC staff supports and advises student organizations that represent a broad range of interests, cultures, beliefs, and social justice issues at Saint Louis University. Our advisors assist students to develop realistic organizational goals and to understand their duties as student leaders. They also serve as a resource for interpreting and clarifying university policies and practices, assist in problem solving, and support organizational meetings and events. Student groups plan and present various educational and social programs each year. CCCadvised organizations include:

  • Asian American Association (AAA)

  • Black Student Alliance (BSA)

  • Filipino Student Association (FSA)

  • Hindu Student Community (HSC)

  • Hispanic-American Leadership Organization (HALO)
  • Indian Student Association (ISA)

  • International Student Federation (ISF)

  • Irish Student Guild (ISG)

  • Korean Student Association (KSA)

  • Muslim Students' Association (MSA)

  • Rainbow Alliance

  • Saint Louis University Chapter of the National 

    Association for the Advancement of Colored People (SLU NAACP)

  • Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)

  • UNA, the Feminist Voice of SLU


 

In addition to the student organizations listed above, there are over 30 Diversity and Social Justice student organizations at SLU. To find out more, please visit the Student Diversity and Social Justice Organizations Page.

To learn more about the 150+ student organizations and involvement opportunities at Saint Louis University, students should also visit the Student Involvement Center (Busch Student Center 317) or email at involvement@slu.edu

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