Service can be social. Focusing on a wide range of issues and causes, service clubs are a great way to meet other students interested in improving the community around them.
Check out the variety of student organizations you can join at Saint Louis University
that are dedicated to helping others and the pursuit of social justice.
This co-ed service fraternity focuses on service, leadership and friendship. There
is a membership fee and a pledging process.
This committee of students volunteers regularly with the Campus Kitchen and plans programming and initiatives to help support its mission and goals.
This campus organization works to empower St. Louis's youth by giving them a chance
to fully develop their understanding of and ability to play music.
SLU participates in this nationwide grassroots movement that shares in the goal to support health care and infrastructure solutions in the world's poorest countries.
Our campus branch of this organization partners with Habitat for Humanity of St. Louis to build homes for low-income families.
The goal of this organization is to bring together students from different faith backgrounds to engage in dialogue, reflection and service.
This student organization prepares sack dinners and brings them to homeless people living on the streets of St. Louis, spending time with those they serve.
OneWorld is a bi-annual, student produced magazine designed to emphasize unity by raising awareness of social injustice, inspiring action and transforming hearts, minds and society.
This annual overnight event raises funds to fight cancer and raise awareness. Teams
of 8-15 sign up and alternate walking/running the track.
SLU Dance Marathon plans and facilitates an annual overnight dance marathon each fall on campus to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network.
This chapter of the Make A Wish Foundation raises funds to grant the wishes of children facing life-threatening diseases while promoting community in and around SLU's campus.
Student United Way is a student-led branch of the United Way of Greater St. Louis comprised of student volunteers who lend their time and talent to strengthen the greater St. Louis community through service, leadership, committee-work and networking.
This pro-life organization engages in peaceful protest, education, service and other activities, including a bus trip to the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. The group is primarily focused on promoting a culture of life and ending abortion.