Religion and Culture Clubs

Religion and Culture Clubs

Religion and Culture Clubs

Expand your horizons by learning about a new culture or get a taste of home with one of our many Religion and Culture Clubs!

Arab Students Association (ASA)

Since 1962, the Arab Students’ Association has been proudly representing the Arab world at McGill University. We are the Arab experience at McGill; through cross cultural exchange, all students have the opportunity to experience our culture and heritage.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Arab Students Association (ASA) in their club constitution.

Association for Baha’i Studies at McGill University

The McGill Association for Baha’i Studies (MABS) hosts weekly deepenings, discussions, and professor talks at which we study different virtues and morals and how they can create meaningful change for society. MABS strives to promote unity on campus among the entire student body, and promotes a healthy balance between educational and spiritual endeavors.

Learn more about the Association for Baha’i Studies’s mandate and structure in their club constitution.

Baltic Students Society (BSS)

fullsizerenderThe Baltic Students’ Society promotes and celebrates the cultural heritage of the Baltic countries (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia). Our biggest event of the year is the Potato Party!!

Learn more about the Baltic Students’ Society’s mandate and structure in their club constitution.

Bangladeshi Students Association (BSA)

8847_201489826672157_507861638_nFestive, vibrant and a hub for foodies all over, we, the Bangladeshi Student’s Association (BSA) is your home away from home. We are an on-campus student organized club, bringing a kaleidoscope of culture and personality all the way from the hustle and bustle of Bangladesh to le Ville de Montréal.
We aim to integrate our culture with people of all backgrounds and ethnicities and showcase our country to Montreal and beyond.

Learn more about the Bangladeshi Students Association’s mandate and structure in their club constitution.

British Appreciation Society (BAS)

bac_logo_colorThe seeds of the BAS were sown when Alice Rozwadowski met Henry Wardley, two Brits in a North American world. They decided to form a British Society at McGill, a society that would include fellow Brits who missed the comforting accent of home in a land of “zucchini” and “eggplant” (courgette and aubergine people!) as well as those who were simply interested in British culture and wanted to know more. Along the way they recruited the remaining execs and in the autumn of 2010, the BAS began in earnest. Famous now in McGill for its quiz nights, events and inclusive nature.

Learn more about the British Appreciation Society’s mandate and structure in their club constitution.

Bulgarian Student’s Association of McGill (BULSAM)

The Bulgarian Student’s Association of McGill (BULSAM) is a medium for those interested in the Bulgarian culture to learn more about the country and to form networks and relationships. We are involved in promoting the Bulgarian heritage, culture and customs through food sales, potlucks, language classes, workshops and the celebration of Bulgarian holidays. All funds collected through our activities are donated to SOS Children’s villages in Bulgaria, an organization dedicated to helping disenfranchised families in the country.

Caribbean Students Society of McGill University (CSS)

cssWe are a culture club at McGill that seeks to promote, foster, encourage and celebrate Caribbean Culture in the McGill and Montreal Community. The CSS helps student members adjust to life in the university community, and promote the interests of students of this society in matters pertaining to the Caribbean. We are welcoming of all backgrounds and organize a number of engaging events throughout the year, often in collaboration with other Montreal universities.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Caribbean Students’ Society in their club constitution.

Chabad House Student Society

64989_320183454698148_1099987950_nChabad at McGill’s website publicizes our events, and links our Chabad house with others. The website is a good way to learn more about our organization and contact our execs and community leaders.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of Chabad House (formerly L’Chaim Students Society) in their club constitution.

Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA)

cssa_logoMcGill University Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA), is the only student community certified by the Chinese Embassy on campus, and it is the only cultural club dedicated mainly to students and scholars from Mainland China. CSSA aims to provide Chinese students overseas with useful assistance to help them quickly adapt to the new learning and the living environment, as well as organize a variety of amazing events to enhance their overall experience both on and off campus. As an inheritor of Chinese culture, CSSA is committed to make the world aware of the richness and uniqueness of the thriving Chinese cultural heritage and innovation by fostering better cultural connection, interaction, and exchange with students from other countries.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Chinese Students and Scholars Association in their club constitution.

Egyptian Students Association

12768210_575229835971549_6132061344492514644_oThe Egyptian Students’ Association at McGill is a student run organization that aims to represent the rich Egyptian culture and heritage on various levels and to motivate the student body to be actively engaged within their community. We also hope to be a bridge allowing non-Egyptians in our community to learn more about our history and culture. We host a range of events each semester that target different aspects of Egypt’s history, modern day issues and future prospects.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Egyptian Students Association in their club constitution.

Hong Kong Student Network (HKSN)

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The Hong Kong Student Network is a student-run organization founded in 2006. The vision of the network is to connect students within the McGill student body to Hong Kong by building bridges that facilitate the integration of our members within the Hong Kong community for all purposes including travel and work.The executive committee currently consists of 20 passionate and dedicated members who hope to coordinate events that are in line with our mission and to share Hong Kong culture.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Hong Kong Student Network in their club constitution.

Indian Students Association (ISA)

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The Indian Students Association (ISA) is a student run organization that upholds Indian culture by celebrating various festivals during the year. These events are often explosive, unique and energetic and will always leave you with a plethora of good memories.
The ISA aims to provide the Indian community at McGill University a microcosm of rich Indian traditions. With an emphasis on cultural diversity, we ensure the events allow anyone to learn more about the tapestry of the Indian tradition that has evolved in one of the most mystical countries.
We are the bridge for anyone who wishes to get more involved with Indian culture. Be it Indian food, music, dance, Bollywood or volunteer projects. We’d love to have you at our events!

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Indian Students Association in their club constitution.

Indigenous Student Alliance

The Indigenous Student Alliance provides integrative support for Indigenous peoples’ attending McGill University to connect and share our unique, authentic indigenous ways of knowing with each other and with non-indigenous peoples within the community. Our vision is to develop and maintain on-going networking and partnerships with University student groups and organizations through learning–teaching relationships that foster real and meaningful human development and community solidarity.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Indigenous Student Alliance in their club constitution.

Japanese Students Association (JSA)

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The Japanese Student Association is an official club sanctioned by the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU). Our club’s mandate is to create numerous opportunities for Japanese and non-Japanese students to experience traditional and non-traditional Japanese culture within the Montreal community. We strive to emphasize team bonding and involvement through social events and volunteering opportunities, from which friendships and communities are built.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Japanese Students Association in their club constitution.

Korean Students Society

logo (1)KSS is the most deeply rooted and historically involved Korean representative club within McGill University. As KSS, our ambition and goal is to not only provide useful academic information, but to also develop a strong relationship between peers. To support this cause, we will be hosting a variety of events such as information session, faculty meetings, OT, MT, and Ski Trip to further strengthen our connection with McGill students.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Korean Students Society in their club constitution.

Lebanese Students Association

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The Lebanese Student Association aims to represent both undergraduate and graduate Lebanese students in the McGill community. We plan and organize monthly social and cultural events where newly incoming students have the opportunity to meet other Lebanese students in Montreal and are allowed a facilitated integration into the community.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Lebanese Students Association in their club constitution.

Malaysian and Singaporean Students’ Association

MASSA, in case you haven’t noticed, stands for Malaysian and Singaporean Students’ Association. We are very multi-cultural and you are more than welcomed to join us even if you are not from Malaysia or Singapore, as long as you are interested in South East Asian culture, and food, of course 😉

MASSA aims to promote South East Asian culture in McGill and Montreal. We want to reach out to you – yes YOU! – and let you experience home away from home (if you are from South East Asia) or get a taste of the unique South East Asian cuisine and cultural activities. We are a very enthusiastic and friendly bunch, with a passion for cooking and making cultural activities all the rage!

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Malaysian and Singaporean Students’ Association in their club constitution.

McGill African Students Society (MASS)

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The McGill African Students Society (MASS) is a full status club whose mandate is to promote and present the diverse and rich African cultures to the McGill community and the greater Montreal area. We are a diverse group of students who are not solely African but who are passionate about African-oriented topics. We host a range of events each semester, each targeting different facets of African culture and life, and hoping to spread knowledge and inspire passion about African culture and issues both on and off campus.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill African Students Society in their club constitution.

McGill Armenian Students Association

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MASA is a non-political association which aims at uniting McGill students through various social and cultural activities in an Armenian entourage and a relaxed setting.

We hope to give our members the opportunity to interact in a dynamic yet social environment whilst promoting awareness of Armenian heritage to students.

It should be stressed that we are not an Armenian-only club and are in fact completely open to all students of McGill who have an interest in our activities.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Armenian Students Association in their club constitution.

McGill Association of North American Born Asians (MANABA)

stussymanabaEstablished in 1998, MANABA is one of the largest cultural clubs on campus. Our rich history is closely intertwined with McGill’s since the date of our conception. To this day, we continue to provide our members with some of the largest social events in Montreal while offering various discounts and benefits across the city.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Association of North American Born Asians in their club constitution.

McGill Brazilian Student Association (MBSA)

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We, the members of McGill Brazilian Student Association, in order to promote a great integration of the Brazilian students at the McGill and with the McGill community will organize constant meetings and activities. Our association aims also to enhance the professional development of our members, form a vibrant interactive forum among us and McGill University, maintain a strong sense of solidarity among our members, facilitate intercultural understanding between our members and other students of different nationalities at the McGill University.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Brazilian Student Association (MBSA) in their club constitution.

McGill Chinese Students Society

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MCSS is one of the largest and oldest student organizations in Canada. We specialize in producing shows and events for people of all ages and ethnicities in the Montreal metropolitan area and the rest of Eastern Canada. Our goal is to make a positive impact through our events and to foster and strengthen friendship between students both within and outside the McGill community. Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Chinese Students’ Society in their club constitution.

McGill Christian Fellowship (MCF)

All are welcome to the McGill Christian Fellowship, where students are invited to love one another and be loved by God. Yes, MCF exists because of God’s love that calls people out of false identities founded on gender, class, academic performance, race. MCF is a space where those seeking rest from such false identities build surprising friendships with one another. Prayer, trust, freedom, forgiveness, and justice–things that Jesus loved and practiced–are often the pillars of such surprising friendships.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Christian Fellowship in their club constitution.

McGill Hellenic Students Association

The McGill Hellenic Student Association’s mission is to promote Hellenic culture by holding events which unify students of Hellenic descent, and those simply interested in our culture. By promoting an open atmosphere and propagating Hellenic culture, both ancient and modern, we intend to bring the true spirit of Neo-Hellenism to life amongst the members of our organization. Fuelled by a strong Greek spirit, we also hope to create and maintain a sense of community that will always strive to achieve excellence and is a great joy to participate in. Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Hellenic Students’ Association in their club constitution.

McGill Hillel Jewish Student Society

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Hillel McGill is your one-stop shop for Jewish life on campus. Representing the vast and diverse Jewish community here at McGill, we offer a wide variety of programs, events, internships, and connection opportunities for everyone to take part in. From socials to Shabbat services, fashion to politics, Hillel’s vision is that every student is inspired to take part in Jewish life on campus!

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Hillel Jewish Student Society in their club constitution.

McGill International Students Network (MISN)

MISN LogoMISN is a club that caters to the largest international student body at McGill.  We organize events, trips, and provide services and strive to highlight the cultural diversity on campus, and make McGill students’ stay here a multicultural experience!

Learn more about MISN through their website and Facebook or by contacting them at misn.exec@gmail.com.

McGill Iranian Student Association (MISA)

1238196_198928256955220_1464934075_nMISA is the student association representing the Iranian student community at McGill University.

MISA’s role at McGill includes hosting a variety of cultural and non-cultural events year-round and creating greater public awareness about Iran and Iranians. MISA is a non-religious, non-political, and non-profit organization.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of MISA in their club constitution.

McGill Ismaili Students Association (MISA)

img_6042The McGill Ismaili Student Association (MISA) is a group reaching out to all Ismaili students that attend McGill University. The clubs objective is to bring the Ismaili community together in order to create a family like atmosphere. In order to achieve this goal the group is committed to providing members with various events such as our annual ski trip. With various events, we hope to achieve a sense of unity.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of MISA in their club constitution.

McGill Koreans’ Educational and Cultural Association (MECA)

meca_logo1McGill Koreans’ Educational & Cultural Association (MECA) is an official McGill club that seeks to foster a united Korean community at McGill and to spread Korean culture to those unfamiliar.

We host and celebrate cultural and educational events that are close to the heart of Koreans. Our cultural events provide a nostalgic atmosphere for some and new experiences for others. We invite everyone- whether you are Canadian or Korean to experience Korea here in Montreal.

Additionally, we host networking events that seeks to strengthen the connections between Junior and Senior students and as well build relationships with Montreal professionals, professors, and mentors.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Korean Students’ Educational and Cultural Association in their club constitution.

McGill Mauritian Students Association (MMSA)

mmsa_logoMcGill Mauritian Students Association (MMSA) is a non-profit student-run group whose aim is to share the vibrant culture of Mauritius with students within and outside the McGill community.

Mauritius is a small island-State in the Indian Ocean, East of Madagascar. Mauritius has a highly diversified population with people from African, Chinese, Muslim, and Indian origin (among others) living peacefully as one people.

Join MMSA to take part in our events, from game nights to gastronomical excursions in Montreal.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Mauritian Students Association (MMSA) in their club constitution.

McGill Mexican Students’ Association

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McGill Mexican Student’s Association [MMSA]. Mexico, the country you thought you knew. Applicants welcome! Our mission is promoting Mexican culture within the McGill community and expose fellow McGillians to work opportunities in Mexico. Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Mexican Students’ Association  in their club constitution.

McGill Romanian Students’ Society

mrss_new_logoA club for anyone who loves Romania or Romanian culture! Our purpose is to being together students on the basis of a mutual culture, promote Romanian culture, create a network of Romanian students and to help new Romanian students integrate into the University.

We host fun events regularly so check us out if you want to meet some awesome people!

McGill Russian Speaking Students’ Association

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MRSSA is a Student Group of the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU).

Its purpose is to provide opportunities to learn more about Russian and other CIS countries’ culture on campus through various educational and leisurely events, to create a friendly and open atmosphere for discussions, to bring together native speakers and language learners.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Russian Speaking Students’ Association in their club constitution.

McGill Sikh Students’ Association

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The Sikh Students’ Association aims to provide opportunities and a forum in which young Sikhs can discuss their ideas and/or dilemmas with others who may be going through similar things. In addition, we promote the awareness of global issues that are currently occurring and provide easy access to information on how people can help, including information on other clubs of McGill.
We raise funds for charities related and not related to Sikhism. Finally, the club seeks to raise awareness about Sikhism by holding events that relate to the religion but are also enjoyable to all

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Sikh Students’ Association in their club constitution.

McGill Students Orthodox Christian Fellowship

Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is the official collegiate campus ministry program under SCOBA (the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas). Our mission is to support fellowships on college campuses, whose members experience and witness to the Orthodox Christian Church through community life, prayer, service to others and study of the Faith.

Join us for weekly discussions and Bible studies as well as other special events including retreats, monastery visits, and fellowship events!

McGill Taiwanese Students’ Association

7081_784055724989463_123773931421673063_nThe McGill Taiwanese Students’ Association (MTSA) is the one and only Taiwanese student community at McGill University. Our main goal is to promote the most exciting and essential parts of Taiwanese culture and to forge a strong and open student society. While we pride ourselves yearly in our past and continuing commitments to our members and their interests, we hope this year to reinvent areas of this society by focusing on a unique, multicultural approach to our rich culture.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Taiwanese Students’ Association in their club constitution.

McGill Thaqalayn Muslim Students’ Association

This club serves muslim students, especially Shia muslims by holding events on Shia specific days.

 Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Thaqalayn Muslim Students’ Association in their club constitution.

McGill Ukrainian Students Association (MUSA)

MUSA LogoThe McGill Ukrainian Students’ Association (MUSA) represents a diverse group of students with a passion and interest in Ukrainian culture. We welcome students of all cultural and educational backgrounds. Each year we host a diverse number of events, from the traditional to the political, from cultural to the academic. At MUSA, we understand that youth has a key role in supporting the culture and sustaining the tradition. We are a group of individuals who cares about the past, present and future of Ukraine and are passionate about our culture. We welcome any student or member of the community who shares our values, regardless of the motive.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Ukrainian Students’ Association in their club constitution.

McGill University Filipino Asian Students Association (MUFASA)

MUFASA stands for:
McGill University’s Filipino Asian Students’ Association
Our club was founded in 1997 and is in its 16th year running.
MUFASA is for Filipinos and Non-Filipinos alike!
Our mission is to establish and create a network of Filipinos across McGill’s campus to educate and raise awareness of Filipino culture.
We organize cultural fundraising events in support of different Filipino organizations – every little bit counts!
Anyone can join: Filipinos, Non-Filipinos, Undergrad, Grad students!
Maligayang pagdating sa lahat! Welcome everyone!

Learn more about the mandate and structure of McGill University Filipino Asian Students Association (MUFASA) in their club constitution.

McGill University Multiracially Open Students Association

12162817_982975575100296_1567739892_oNever know which box to tick when filling out silly government forms asking about your race? Or what people mean by, “…but where are you from, really?”
If you know what we’re talking about, you’re looking at the right place! McGill University’s Multiracially Open Students Association (MUMOSA) is here for you! As a newly approved SSMU club, we aim to provide you, yes YOU, with a community of students of all multiracial backgrounds, shedding light on the beautiful diversity found right here on campus.
Yes, we are a club that celebrates peoples of multiracial backgrounds, and because of that we welcome, absolutely everyone to join, no exceptions. So please share us with all your McGill friends!

Learn more about the mandate and structure of McGill University Multiracially Open Students Association in their club constitution.

McGill Vietnamese Students Association

logo100pxFounded in the 1970s as Hội Sinh Viên, MVSA has been active and strong for over 25 years! Temporary dissolved in the mid 2000s, MVSA has come back in full strength in 2014!

As one of the most dynamically cultural and social clubs on campus, MVSA is here to help you make the most of your university experience!

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the McGill Vietnamese Students Association in their club constitution.

Muslim Students’ Association (MSA)

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Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Muslim Students’ Association in their club constitution.

Newman Students’ Society

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The Newman Catholic Students’ Society is the Catholic student community of McGill University. Based out of the Newman Centre of McGill University, we seek to make our Christian faith alive through social activities and community life, faith formation and spiritual enrichment, charitable outreach and service, and a strong sense of friendship and fellowship among our members.

We offer weekly Saturday night suppers open to all members of the McGill community, weekly social activities and semesterly coffeehouses, small group faith studies for students to learn more about the Catholic faith in a welcoming environment, organized prayer and other devotional activities, our annual Newman Ball and Christ is Coming Dinner, service projects for the benefit of the Montreal community and beyond, and many other activities.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Newman Students’ Society in their club constitution.

Pakistani Students Association (PSA)

A club full of life and joy – PSA McGill has been the colourful picture of Pakistani people at McGill and the greater Montreal community. We promise you an experience like no other. Whether you are interested in politics or meeting more like minded Pakistanis, we have something for everyone. If you jump for joy when you hear the words biryani or cricket, then you have come to the right place. PSA McGill has a long standing history of making new Pakistani students feel at home. We believe in creating a forum where anyone can speak about issues that are important to them, we have facilitated debates on numerous topics ranging from political to social issues related to Pakistan.
For more than thirty years, the Pakistani Students’ Association has committed itself to bringing the vitality and vibrancy of Pakistani life to the McGill community. Today, the organization is still fundamentally dedicated to three main objectives:

1)Educating the McGill community about what Pakistan, its culture, and its people have to offer to the greater world.
2)Establishing a forum to discuss political and social issues which directly involve Pakistan.
3)Creating a social fabric to connect students of all majors and interests through the experience and celebration of culture.

In addition, we also believe in having fun and because of that we have hosted Eid brunches, BBQ’s, movie nights, cricket leagues and our most popular annual formal. Contact any of our execs for more information and make sure to come say Hi at our next event!
So come along and sign up to be a member of one of the best organizations at McGill!

Executive Team

Co-Presidents: Muhammad Safder Haider and Zain Ali
VP Finance: Hamza Elahi
VP Admin: Sara Mumtaz
VP Internal: Natalia Sohail Kabir
VP External: Muhammad Arsum Nadeem
VP Communications: Fatima Sheikh
VP Events: Shahmeer Amjad Sheikh

Check out our website for more information:  http://psamcgill.com/

And our Facebook Page
https://m.facebook.com/psamcgill/?fref=ts

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Pakistani Students Association (PSA) in their club constitution.

Power to Change

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Our desire is to change the world by helping students discover Jesus. We invite other McGill students to engage with the Gospel through discussion groups, discipleship groups (Bible studies), faith adventures, discussion nights, prayer & worship evenings, social events and more!

Weekly Gatherings: Thursday @ 7pm, on the 4th floor of SSMU (Club Lounge)

Find out more at their website or email them at p2c.montreal@gmail.com! Learn more about the mandate and structure of Power to Change in their club constitution.

Society of China Studies

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Society of China Studies is a student organization registered under Student Society of McGill University. We are dedicated to 1) developing China Studies as an academic discipline and 2) building a resource hub for China related academic research & discussion for young scholars.

We believe that engaging professors, young scholars and professionals in reflection from multiple disciplines is instrumental to cultivating a collective social consciousness and advancing the understanding on issues related to China.

Through encouraging public participation in discussions, workshops and fieldwork, we hope to provide a nurturing environment for the potential leaders of China’s social & civic developments, including those in the Chinese overseas community.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Society of China Studies in their club constitution.

Spanish and Latin American Students’ Association of McGill University (SLASA)

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SLASA is a student driven organisation based in McGill University in Montreal, Canada that strives to be a platform from which students from all around the world—specially from Latin America and Spain—can thrive and reach their personal and communal goals. Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Spanish and Latin American Students’ Association of McGill University in their club constitution.

SSMU – Israel on Campus

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Learn more about the mandate and structure of SSMU – Israel on Campus in their club constitution.

St. Cyril Coptic Orthodox Association (ICON)

St. Cyril Coptic Orthodox Association (ICON) is a Christian club. We have around 50 regular attendees. Our purpose is to offer a religious group on campus and to create a community that is friendly and welcoming to everyone. We encourage people to share opinions about their faith and develop enlightening discussion. We hope that through this, people learn more about the Christian faith, if they wish to do so. Meetings take place at a weekly basis in the Newman Center. We offer various kinds of activities throughout the semester that are both spiritual and secular as well.

Syrian Students’ Association (SSA)

We are a group of proactive Syrian and non-Syrian McGill students that aim to bring the Syrian community together. We focus on providing humanitarian assistance to
Syrian refugees locally and abroad through fundraising events and awareness campaigns. We also love to share our Syrian heritage through cultural and fun social events that are open to everyone!
We are a secular, apolitical club that is not affiliated with nor subsidized by any political party or religious group. Our club’s mission can be summarized in 4 main articles:
a) Social mission: assist newly settled Syrians in Montreal by helping them with social integration and navigating available resources, from applying to University to finding language classes.
b) Humanitarian mission: support Syrian refugees, both locally and abroad, through supporting organizations that provide humanitarian relief.
c) Educational mission: empower Syrian youth by supporting organizations that offer educational resources.
d) Cultural mission: bring the Syrian community in Montreal together by holding cultural and social events.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Syrian Students’ Association in their club constitution.

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Tamil Students’ Association of McGill (TAMill)

tamill_logo2TAMill’s mandate is to promote Tamil culture, language and awareness within the McGill Community, foster and strengthen unity and amity with other community organizations both within and exterior to McGill University, and to help voice the concerns of marginalized and oppressed communities worldwide.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Tamil Students’ Association of McGill (TAMill) in their club constitution.

The McGill Polish Students’ Association (MPSA)

MPSAAvatar10 copyThe McGill Polish Students’ Association (MPSA) gives a place for students to meet who are either from Poland, of Polish background, or interested in Polish history and culture. The MPSA is also partnered with the McGill affiliated Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in Canada which looks to promote Polish history and culture in Canada. Everybody is welcome to our events. Join our facebook group to find out more!

Turkish Students Society of McGill University (TSSMU)

The Turkish Students Society aims to connect Turkish Students currently enrolled in undergraduate, graduate or MBA programs at McGill University with one another while introducing the Turkish Culture to the McGill Community and establishing a network with local Turkish business organizations around the Montreal area.

Learn more about the mandate and structure of the Turkish Students Society of McGill University (TSSMU) in their club constitution.