Student Diversity and Social Justice Organizations

Diversity and Social Justice Organizations at Saint Louis University:
• Alpha Phi Omega
• Amnesty International
• Asian American Association
• Black Student Alliance
• Chinese Students and Scholars Association
• Daughters of Isabella
• Filipino Student Association
• Hispanic American Leadership Organization
• Hindu Students Community
• Interfaith Alliance
• Indian Student Association
• International Student Federation
• Irish-American Student Guild
• Italian Club
• Just Earth!
• Keep A Child Alive
• Knights of Columbus
• Korean Student Association
• Muslim Students' Association
• National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
• One World
• Political Round Table
• Rainbow Alliance
• SLU Jews
• SLU Solidarity With Palestine
• SLU Urban Planning Association
• SLU United Way
• Students For Life
• Students United For Africa
• Taiwanese Student Association
• UNA- The Feminist Voice at SLU

The 31 Diversity and Social Justice Organizations of SLU are all represented by Diversity Leadership Cabinet (DLC), an organization that serves as the voice on legislative issues related to diversity and social justice. DLC also promotes inclusion by collaborating between all of the above organizations in order to program, "Live the Oath," events throughout the year. If you are interested in getting involved with DLC, contact today!

Upcoming Diversity and Social Justice Student Groups:

• Saint Louis University For Undergraduate Socio-Economic Diversity (SLU/FUSED)- Help this Student Government Association committee foster an environment that provides opportunity to all students, regardless of socioeconomic status. One of their current initiatives is the SLU/FUSED Scholars Program, which pays for the dues of students interested in joining a Diversity and Social Justice organization. For more information on the program or on the group, please contact
• The Global Initiatives Club (The GIC)- This club strives to bridge the gap between international and domestic students by bringing them together to perform community service and other collaborative activities. Contact International Affairs Vice President Stephanie Song at to find out how you can get involved.

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