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!

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.