SLU-Madrid is home to an abundance of clubs and organizations that cater to a wide variety of interests. Whether sampling delicacies with the gourmet club, distributing meals to people who live on the streets or exploring your spirituality at an interfaith roundtable, there’s bound to be something for you.
Interested in chartering your own club or organization? Contact the Office of Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org in Padre Rubio Hall and speak to our staff about how to do it.
Compete in weekend airsoft competitions at fields around Madrid. Airsoft is a recreational shooting sport in which teams eliminate opponents by firing spherical pellets at one another. Airsoft is often compared with paintball, though the two are different types of competitions with different equipment. Competitions may be among SLU students or include members of the local community.
Explore economics, philosophy, literature, political science, psychology and theology through the lens of Marxist thought.
The Art Club offers students an opportunity to showcase your artistic abilities and learn more about art in Madrid.
We make bocadillos — sandwiches — and distribute them among homeless people in the city center. But the sandwich is only a pretext; our main goal is to give them the dignity they deserve by sitting with them and listening as we all share our life stories.
The Billiken Pep Club encourages participation in and support for our sports teams. Join fellow students in rooting our Madrid Billikens to victory.
Why not enjoy one of your favorite pastimes while getting to know your international classmates and learning from their varied opinions? We are looking forward to turning new pages with you.
Campus Ambassadors are true men and women for others. They serve their peers during Welcome Weeks and throughout the semester, and collaborate with staff and faculty in receiving important guests and speakers at academic and recruitment events.
Chess is an exercise for the mind. Chess players learn to focus, visualize, strategize, analyze and think abstractly. Not a grandmaster? Not to worry. Don't know how to play? We'll teach you.
This student-led association's purpose and primary activities are the following:
An initiative for a better tomorrow. An organization for the true citizens of Earth, who are willing to have a better living and the best place to live in. “It’s better to make our planet ‘Earth’ worth living rather searching for some other in the Cosmos.”
Formerly known as the International Relations Society. Learn about international politics, share your views and discover how you can make a difference.
The Gourmet Club connects people around a common interest of fine cooking, and discovering and trying new flavors. We meet to cook and try fine dishes from around the world.
The Human Rights Club brings together students and faculty interested in the history, theory and practice of human rights. Every semester, we organize a series of activities, including documentary screenings, discussions, debates and volunteer opportunities.
Learn about important health issues, and help raise awareness and funds for health-related research.
Madrid isn't really a concrete jungle. Explore the greener (and lesser known) side of the province through the Sierra Club.
The Ski Club offers you the opportunity to continue practicing your favorite sport. And if you've never tried it, this is your big chance. The club takes a trip each semester.
The Student Government Association (SGA) works to improve the overall college experience for all students at the Madrid campus of Saint Louis University. We listen to students and represent them.
We, the associated students of Saint Louis University - Madrid Campus, in order to establish a representative student government, to provide an open forum for dialogue and a voice for student opinions concerning the affairs of the Madrid campus; to involve students in a productive partnership of shared governance with the faculty, staff and administration of the University; to promote the welfare and unity of the greater student community; and to uphold the ideals and values of the Jesuit Catholic tradition, especially the ideal of men and women for others.
SGA’s leadership is comprised of:
Students select these representatives through a campus-wide election that takes place in the spring semester of each academic year.
The Alliance aims to provide a safe community in which peer and social support will be provided for all students, regardless of sexual orientation.
Join this student-led group to view and discuss vintage, cult and art house films. Cinema is an important cultural medium. Older and lesser known films will help us all learn and enhance a broader cultural understanding.