Student Organizations - Service and Justice
Check out some of our Service Student Organizations in action by visiting their Facebook page!
Alpha Phi Omega
Co-ed service fraternity; focus on Service, Leadership and Friendship. Costs to be a member; must pledge and be initiated.
Meets on Tuesdays at 9:00 pm (members only).
Leader 14-15: Patrick Jordan
Black Student Alliance
Campus voice for students of African and African-American descent. Create programs around issues of race and oppression for the education, welfare, and growth of African/African-American students and the entire campus with a focus on unity and inclusion.
Leader 14-15: Christopher Walker, Jr.
Campus Kitchens Leadership Team
Committee of students who volunteer regularly with the Campus Kitchen, as well as plan programming and initiatives to help support its mission and goals.
Leader 14-15: Holly Faivre
We are a socially conscience network of volunteers who want to make a difference. A grass roots movement all over the country providing supporting health care and infrastructure solutions in the world's poorest countries.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or SLU.GB@globalbrigades.org
Leader 14-15: Julia Snyder
Keep A Child Alive
Student organization that provides life-saving anti-retroviral treatment, care, and support services to children and families whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS by directly engaging the global public in the fight against AIDS.
Leader 14-15: Kristian Hines
Student organization that prepares sack dinners and brings them to homeless living on the streets of St. Louis, spending time with those we serve. Meets Mondays at 6pm in Campus Ministry.
Leader 14-15: Jackie Bova
OneWorld is an organization that publishes a bi-annual magazine designed to emphasize unity by raising awareness of social injustice, inspiring action, and transforming our hearts, minds, and society.
Leader 14-15: Mary Shannon
Established in 1991, the Rainbow Alliance at Saint Louis University is an advocacy and support group for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning students and their allies.
Leader 14-15: George Theotokatos
Relay for Life
Team event to raise funds to fight cancer/raise awareness. Teams of 8-15 sign up and alternate walking/running the track. This year's event is scheduled for April 18th-19th, 2015. Meetings held each Monday at 7pm in BSC 256.
Leaders 14-15: Jay Bryant, Erin Steiner
SLU Dance Marathon
SLU Dance Marathon plans and facilitates the annual Dance Marathon each Fall on campus. Dance Marathon is a 12 hours dance event that raises money for the Children's Miracle Network. This year's event will be held on November 22nd. 2014.
Leaders 14-15: Gemma Groch and Molly Krippene
SLUCORE, a student organization, provides dependable volunteers to the North St. Louis community. We strive to obtain a greater understanding and to form genuine relationships with the marginalized by spending 3 to 4 hours each week at a site and through weekly small group reflections.
Leader 14-15: Anne Milne
Chapter of the Make A Wish Foundation that raises funds to adopt wishes of children facing life-threatening diseases and raises awareness while promoting community in and around SLU's campus.
Leader 14-15: JP Ideker
Student United Way
Student United Way is a student-led branch of the United Way of Greater St. Louis comprised of student volunteers devoted to lending their time and talent to strengthen the greater St. Louis community through service, leadership, committee-work, and networking.
Leader 14-15: Maggie Carvill
Students For Life
Pro-life organization using peaceful protest, education, service and other activities (including March for Life). Primarily focused on promoting a culture of life and by ending abortion.
Meetings are on Tuesdays at 8:00pm, Ritter 119.
Leader 14-15: Stephanie Kaefer
Students United For Africa
Dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty that exists in many African nations through improving and expanding schools and increased educational efforts for the children of Africa.
Leader 14-15: JP Ideker
Una is Saint Louis University's student-led feminist organization. Our mission is to raise awareness about feminism and take action on any issues that concern us as women. Meetings are on Mondays at 5:00pm in the BSC 127.
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Leader 14-15: Elizabeth Zabetta