Hillel is the religious, social, cultural and political group for Jewish students on campus. It provides an opportunity for Jewish students to meet one another, share fun and cultural experiences, talk about Jewish and Israeli issues and be a part of a community. For more information on weekly meetings please contact the interim advisor, the Rev. Nancy Hamlin Soukup, University Multifaith Chaplain: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is an inter-denominational student fellowship. They are committed to establishing and advancing witnessing communities who follow Jesus Christ as Lord, growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world. IVCF does this through Bible studies, fellowship, guest speakers, social events and retreats. For more information on weekly meetings please contact the advisor, Joel Sedam: email@example.com
MSA was established with three main purposes: To create a platform for Muslim students, to promote mutual understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims and to clarify the misconceptions associated with Islam. Regular discussions, informational sessions, social and religious activities are open to all. For more information on weekly meetings please contact the Intercultural Center. For more information on weekly meetings please contact the advisor, Maria Adkins: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Newman Club enriches the quality of life on the Roger Williams campus through community service-oriented programs, combined with spiritual, intellectual and social activities. The club creates an environment in which members of the University community may explore their relationship with God and the Christian community through liturgy, scriptural reflection, community action and fun. The club meets on Sunday evenings at 7:30 pm before the Catholic Mass in CAS 162 at 8 pm. For more information on weekly meetings please contact the advisor, Madge Thombs: email@example.com.