Student religious organizations are student led and seek to meet the needs of a variety of students in our diverse student body. The Chaplain is always ready to guide students of all faiths in establishing an organization for pursuit of their own spirituality. We need to know from students when there is a group ready to get going! If you are a student interested in organizing new groups or have additional ideas contact the Office of Religious Life at x 1527.
United Methodist Student Movement (MSM)
Purpose: to provide opportunities for fellowship, service, worship and ministry to all students. Methodist and non-Methodist students are always welcome.
MSM will be meeting at a time yet to be determined. Please call the x1527 for more information
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor: Beverly Jones email@example.com
A.M. Levy Jewish Student Organization (JSA)
Purpose: to foster Jewish identity at S.U. through fellowship, religious/cultural activities, and communication.
Contact JSA for meeting times and locations: Advisor: Michael Saenger
Canterbury of SU
Purpose: to create an atmosphere of open discussion concerning important issues in our world. Canterbury
is sponsored by the Episcopal Church, but all are welcome.
Canterbury meets on Wednesdays, 9pm @ Chapel Lounge.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor: Melanie Hoag
Catholic Student Association (CSA)
Purpose: to provide Catholic students with an environment for spiritual growth and fellowship in their journey of faith.
CSA meets on Mondays 6pm @ various locations.
For more information contact: email@example.com Advisor: John Delaney
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Purpose: to present the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
FCA meets on Wednesdays, 9pm @ the Howry Center.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor: Glenn Schwab
Kappa Upsilon Chi (Kappa Chi)
Purpose: Men’s Christian fraternity organized to uphold and maintain Biblical Christian standards, to pursue a positive attitude, and to help others strengthen their academic achievement.
Kappa Chi meets on Mondays at 8pm in the Olin Building Room 305.
For more information contact: email@example.com Advisor: Jason Chapman
Sigma Phi Lambda (Phi Lambs)
Purpose: Women’s Christian sorority organized to provide a source of fellowship to Christian women who seek to know Jesus.
Phi Lambs meet on Thursdays, 8:30pm @ Caskey Center.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor: Erin Crockett