The purpose of Black Students in Action is to promote the recognition and involvement of African American students, students of African descent, and students of other ethnic backgrounds at John Carroll University. The organization holds the intention of creating a strong voice on campus and making an impact on the decisions regarding students of the JCU community. (Meets on Wednesdays from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 PM in the Black Cultural Center/Murphy Commons)
Recent events and announcements can be found on the Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/jcubsa/
Email Jashauna Harris, email@example.com for more information.
Coptic Club's goals are to inform, educate and represent the Coptic community at JCU.
Please contact Toby Khalil at firstname.lastname@example.org to see upcoming programs. Instagram page: jcucopticclub
Le Cercle Français is a space for students to discover the French language and francophone culture! Students of all levels of French are encouraged to participate. Members meet for bi-weekly events and organize trips off campus to experience French art, theater, film, and food!
Email Ava at email@example.com for information on meeting times!
Allies is a group of LGBTQ+ persons and their supporters. We believe in the freedom and equality of all individuals and work to promote this in our daily lives.
Meets on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. in the CSDI Lounge (LSC 48).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or visit the Instagram page at alliesatjcu
Supporting Jewish students in the expression of their identity and providing opportunities for non-Jewish students to enhance their understanding of the Jewish world. Meeting date and time TBD.
Email Ellie Fleischer email@example.com for more information on meetings and programs. Follow Instagram at jcuhillel
Email Meredith Blamer, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on programs and events.
The primary purpose of LASA is to provide the opportunity for students of Latin American heritage and their friends to meet on a regular basis, organize activities, and increase the number of Latin American students on campus and the awareness of our presence and value to the University at large.
Meets on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. in the CSDI Lounge (LSC 48).
Email Alejandra LaPoint email@example.com for more information on meetings and programs.
MESA’s goal is to introduce students to the diverse cultures, people, and ideas of the Middle East. We are inclusive to all students from all backgrounds and we encourage all students to attend our events. Some of our main events include: Middle Eastern Dinners, Hookah Nights, and a bi-annual Hafleh (festival).
Email Sarah Azzi, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on meeting times and programs.
The Muslim Student Association invites you to the weekly Friday prayer service! We will be in the Interfaith Room (second floor of the library) at 2 p.m.! All are welcome to observe and we highly encourage you to attend!
Email Mallaak Wahdan, email@example.com for more information on programs and events.
Celebrate and learn about South Asian culture with JCU's South Asian Student Association. Instagram jcu_sasa
Email Maya Kumar, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on programs and events.
The mission of SJP is to promote justice, human rights, liberation, decolonization, and the self-determination of the Palestinians who have been living without basic rights since 1948. The organization also hopes to celebrate and share Palestinian culture with everyone on campus. Aim to create a safe space for discussion, education, solidarity, and activism regarding social injustices, inequality, history, and the human rights of Palestinians.
Contact Gia Hamed for more information and upcoming programs: email@example.com
Instagram page: sjpjcu
Email Erin DeCocker, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on programs and events.
Email Sarah Zarrelli, email@example.com for more information on programs and events.
Resources for Cultural Organizations
The executive boards of cultural student organizations work directly with CSDI staff to strengthen their club's mission, vision, and leadership skills.
Cultural leadership retreats are held in early fall and spring semesters.