Campus Ministry is home to a diverse array of active student organizations that welcome students of all traditions and beliefs. These organizations offer many student-led activities, including religious observances, meditation, retreats, pilgrimmages, interreligious dialogues, philosophical discussions, social justice advocacy, community service, artistic performances and regular social gatherings.
|Campus Ministry Student Forum||
The Campus Ministry Student Forum (CMSF) is an advisory board responsible for supporting and advocating for undergraduate Campus Ministry student organizations at Georgetown. The Forum works with an elected Executive Committee to allocate Student Activities Fee funding, advocate for the needs of Campus Ministry student organizations, and bring student-led groups together to improve collaboration and cooperation.
The Catholic Daughters is a group of young women looking to grow spiritually, participate in service and be part of a caring sisterhood.
The Knights of Columbus is a group of Catholic men committed to service, growth in faith and building fraternity among its members.
GU Brothers for Christ (GUB4C) seeks to unite, equip, and empower Georgetown males based on mutual love for Jesus Christ to become better men both at Georgetown and beyond. Activities include Bible studies, prayer meetings, networking opportunities, and community service, as well as a variety of social and spiritual gatherings.
GU Sisters for Christ (GUS4C) supports and encourages members to become exceptional examples of Christian womanhood, through fellowship with one another and service within the community. Weekly activities include Bible studies and prayer opportunities; other activities include social and spiritual gatherings, community service, and worship services.
|Fellowship of Christian Athletes||
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a community of Christian athletes on campus who come together for prayer, Bible studies, and fellowship.
|Jewish Students Association||
The JSA is a welcoming, energetic, and diverse student group that plans exciting Jewish social and cultural programs for undergraduate students. The group collaborates closely with the Campus Rabbi to lead and support vibrant Friday night services, dinners and programs and celebratory and meaningful Jewish Holy Day observances. The JSA welcomes and supports Jewish students of all Jewish backgrounds, and partners with other student groups to contribute to Georgetown’s amazing diversity in unity.
|Muslim Students Association||
The Muslim Students Association (MSA) of Georgetown University is an organization comprised of Muslim students, and serves to unite the Muslim student community through a series of spiritual, educational and social activities. As the only organization currently on Georgetown’s campus that deals with Muslim students, it also helps to ensure that some of the needs of Muslim students are met. For many, it fills the role of being a home away from home.
|Orthodox Christian Fellowship||
The Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is the student organization of the Orthodox ministry. It is associated with the national Orthodox Christian Fellowship which is a pan-Orthodox entity recognized by all of the Orthodox jurisdictions in North America. The OCF leadership, i.e., the President, Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer are elected by other students. The work of the OCF is a vital part of the Orthodox chaplaincy giving students an opportunity to take the lead in this vibrant ministry.
|Hindu Students Association||
The HSA is an active organization on campus that strives to create an environment in which students can practice and explore Hindu traditions and spirituality. We serve as a resource for all members of the Georgetown community who are interested in learning about the Hindu tradition.
|Buddhist Meditation Sangha||
Georgetown Buddhist Meditation Sangha (BuMS) offers students a space and community for Buddhist meditation practice. We teach many forms of the Buddhist tradition and are open to learning about what you have to bring to the group.
|Latter-day Saints Students Association||
The Latter-day Saint Student Association (LDSSA) is the student group for anyone interested in practicing or learning more about the Latter-day Saints (Mormons). Worship services for this community are held weekly at the Chevy Chase Chapel in Maryland. The LDSSA also host a weekly game night and various other events
If you are interested in developing a new student organization please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org.