"If leadership requires a fired-up sense of purpose and imagination, it also demands a profound connection to the society to be led." — George Takei
Whether you are new to campus or are looking for a different perspective, we'll help you connect with communities that share your experience and honor your story. Each year, St. Edward's hosts several traditions and opportunities that embrace inclusivity, diversity, social justice and community empowerment.
From identity-based organizations like Black Student Association, PRIDE and Latino Student Leader Organization to groups dedicated to specific causes in the world like the It's On Us Campaign or Amnesty International, our campus has over 100 groups where you can find your home.
Mentoring is a relationship that, when consciously grounded in learning, is beneficial for both the mentor and mentee. This experience is about supporting growth and development, fostering community engagement, and encouraging each party to make the most of their time at St. Edward’s.
Multicultural Leadership Board is a chartered student organization that plans and hosts campus events that seek to create dialogue, celebrate our histories, and bring communities together.
The Multicultural Leadership Board consists of the:
Each year, the Multicultural Leadership Board recruits interns to help with event staffing, program planning, and social justice and diversity training. Interns are selected at the beginning of each academic year.
Have an idea for a campus event and need financial support? Interested in attending a conference and want to get a group together?
The Inclusive Excellence Grant might be your solution. Each year, students can apply for funding through the Inclusive Excellence Grant to help increase our campus knowledge on issues related to diversity, community empowerment, social justice and anti-oppression opportunities.