There are a variety of ways for students to be involved on Xavier's campus. Take a look below at just a few options.
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Student Government Association
Student Government Association exists to continuously improve the university and develop all undergraduate students, part-time and full-time, traditional and non-traditional alike. SGA provides a forum for civic training and student participation in university governance and strives to preserve the rights and freedoms of all students.
Student Activities Council
The Student Activities Council (SAC) is the largest programming board on Xavier's campus. SAC provides meaningful and enjoyable social, cultural and educational programs that appeal to the widest group of students possible and are accessible to all students.
We act as a resource for commuter students and advocate for the unique needs and challenges of this student population.
What we do
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
The mission of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion is to serve as a catalyst for inclusive excellence at Xavier and beyond. We charge the entire campus to engage academically and socially across the intersections of race, class, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The current realities regarding racism and racial trauma demand that we extend this charge to our campus community in new ways and invite the campus to reflect and discern on their response.
Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice
We challenge and support students as they deepen their spiritual lives, pursue justice and promote pluralism.
As a Jesuit Catholic University we are committed to deepen our recognition of the sacred and pursue the common good. In a community forged from diversity, the Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice challenges and supports Xavier's diverse constituents as they pursue these complimentary ends. Through faith formation, education for social change and dialogue, we seek to equip students to live in a diverse world where faith matters and justice is imperative. Inspired by Ignatian spirituality and Catholic Social Teaching, the Center is built on the invitation to find God in all things and the principles of solidarity and the common good. The doors of the Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice are open to all.
Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning
At Xavier University, Community Engaged Learning represents the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities (local, state/regional, national, global) for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity. For more information, click here.
Learn more about the types of community-engaged learning supported by the Eigel Center, and watch testimonials of students who participated in immersive and service-learning experiences here.
Xavier students have formed more than 160 clubs and organizations, dabbling in everything from computer science to community service, languages and art. Club sports and intramurals are popular too, covering everything from bass fishing to rugby.
Recreational Sports emphasizes belonging, leadership and wellbeing while providing the Xavier students and community with the finest programs, services, facilities and equipment with a goal to support and foster a lifelong appreciation of body, mind and spirit. Recreational Sports includes Group Fitness, e-sports, Personal Training, Intramural Sports and more.
Xavier NCAA Sports
Click here for the official athletics website for the Xavier Musketeers. Find details about Xavier's 18 D-1 sports teams, ticket information, schedules, traditions and the latest news.
All For One Battalion
Xavier University is the host school for Xavier Army ROTC. Through our affiliate programs, you may also attend school at Miami University, Northern Kentucky University, Thomas More College and the Mount Saint Joseph University.