An SU student club committed to promoting and supporting
interfaith dialog and experiences on the SU campus. For more information about
how to get involved contact Erin Beary Anderson.
The JSU exists to provide a place for Jewish students to meet and
connect on the SU campus, provide opportunities for the wider
community to experience and learn more about Jewish culture and practices
through campus wide events and programs. Join
us for our first interest meeting of the year and a FREE lunch on September 30
in STCN 210! Also, keep your eyes open for JSU events around the Jewish
holidays of Sukkot, Purim, and Passover.
Please join us for any/ all of our upcoming meetings on October 21st, November 4th, November 18th and December 2nd from 12:30-1:20pm in Campus Ministry.
Below are some of JSU's upcoming events:
Thursday, October 16th at 6pm- Pita in the Hut Join JSU in our sukkah outside the Chapel of St.
Ignatius as we celebrate the harvest holiday with a delicious (and
free!) dinner. All are welcome!
Friday, November 7th at 6:30pm- JSU Shabbat Dinner Celebrate Shabbat with friends from JSU in Campus Ministry.
All are welcome!
Wednesday, December 3rd at 7:30pm- JSU Hannukah Party Immediately following the Christmas Tree Lighting on SU's
campus, our community will gather in Campus Ministry to celebrate the
other "Festival of Lights"! There will be plenty of gelt, latkes and
jelly doughnuts-- so bring your friends!
For more information contact the JSU’s advisor Rayna Shoihat: email@example.com
In addition to JSU, Hillel UW is great organization that exists in Seattle to support Jewish young
adults. Many SU students are involved at Hillel UW. Hillel’s mission is to be a catalyst toward a meaningful Jewish life
for 18-32 year olds through vibrant communities and innovative experiences. Services
are held each week at 6:30pm, they last about an hour and are followed by a
free, Kosher meal. You can get more information about Hillel by visiting
their website at www.hilleluw.org
The MSA exists to provide a place for Muslim students to meet and
connect on the SU campus as well as provide opportunities for the wider
community to experience and learn more about Islam through campus wide events
and programs. The MSA organizes a regular Jumu’ah service on Friday mid-day in
the Multifaith Prayer Room located in Campion Hall. The Multifaith Prayer Room
is available for our Muslim students to pray in on a first come first serve
basis 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Join us for our first interest
meeting of the year and a FREE lunch on September 25 in the Campus Ministry
office, STCN 120. For more information contact MSA Student Leader Feeza