Student Groups

We recognize that Campus Ministry is a perfect fit for some students and not a great fit for others. Student religious groups add to the diversity of spirituality on campus and offer you different styles and forms of prayer.

Especially for our non-Christian students, some of these groups can help connect you with local people and groups who can support you in your particular religious tradition throughout college. We also know that you grow while you're in college. Try different groups and see which is the best fit for you.

  • Acts 2 Christian Fellowship

    "They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer." Acts 2:42

  • Broncos for Life

    Broncos for Life exists to promote and reverence the dignity of human life on the Santa Clara University campus through prayer, education, and outreach.

  • Core Christian Fellowship

    Core Christian Fellowship is a student-led non-denominational Christian club that seeks to grow and foster a welcoming community united in the love of Christ. Core has weekly meetings, retreats, small groups, church carpools and lots of other fun events throughout the school year. 

  • Curious Catholics

    Curious Catholics aims to provide a space where those practicing the Catholic faith can express, discuss and disseminate their views and beliefs on Catholic tradition and doctrine.

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

    Weekly fellowship for athletes with Biblical tie-ins to your sport

  • Muslim Student Association

    MSA’s mission is to be a safe place for all Muslims and allies to the Muslim community at Santa Clara University. MSA is devoted to facilitating interaction and growing experiences for those identifying as Muslim and people of other belief systems who are allies of the Muslim community.

  • New Life on Campus at Santa Clara University

    New Life on Campus SCU is a college bible study committed to serving and caring for the students of Santa Clara University. Our commitment is to expository preaching, providing an in-depth and interactive bible study in which students are empowered to accurately analyze, handle, and apply the Word of God to their lives.

  • Secular Student Alliance

    The Secular Student Alliance empowers secular students to proudly express their identity, build welcoming communities, promote secular values, and set a course for lifelong activism.

  • Sikh Student Association

    Sikh Student Union: An open and welcoming community for Sikh students on campus that connects through active discussions, social gatherings, and Sikh events. 

  • St. Vincent de Paul Society

    We are a service and faith based organization primarily reaching out to people suffering from homelessness in San Jose. Our goal is to establish personal connections with the people we serve by having conversations with them as we distribute packaged meals.