Student Activities Council
Student Activities Council is Xavier University's premiere student event-planning board that strives to provide meaningful and enjoyable social, cultural and educational programs that appeal to the widest group of stuents possible. SAC events are open to all students. In the 2011-2012 academic year, SAC held 77 events and had 16,186 students attend their programs throughout the year!
Week of Welcome (WoW)
August 25 - September 3, 2012
The Week of Welcome (WoW) is a week of FREE events welcoming first year and transfer students to campus and welcoming back returning students to Xavier University. Activities and events range from cookouts on the Xavier Yard to FREE Fitness Classes at O'Connor to recreational sports tournaments to free entertainment such as concerts, comedians and much much more. Week of Welcome is coordinated and promoted by the Office of Student Involvement, but made possible by the dozens of clubs and departments sponsoring events throughout the week.
October 25-27, 2013
During Family Weekend, students invite parents and siblings to explore their home-away-from home and experience life on campus. Families can choose from many events such as a Xavier Players’ production, athletic competitions including men's rugby and soccer and women's volleyball, musical presentations including the Gospel Choir, bingo, and brunch on Saturday. A Mass of the Holy Spirit is also offered on Saturday afternoon.
Senior Board Events
October 19-21, 2012
The Senior Board is a University-Affiliated Organization that exists to celebrate the Xavier senior experience by providing activities that reflect the culmination of a developmental experience as an undergraduate student.
Student Leadership Assembly
April 20, 2013
During Honors Day, Xavier students are recognized for their leadership excellence and community involvement at the annual Student Leadership Assembly.
Club events, such as Club Day on the Yard, Spring Involvement fair, and The Muskies incorporate all student clubs and organizations on campus in order to connect students to clubs, build teamwork and communication skills among club members, and recognize the outstanding achievements and talents of our student leaders.