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Together, we are greater than the sum of our parts.

More than 7,000 people call Xavier home. We’re first-generation students, veterans and people of color. We speak different languages and worship as Catholics, Muslims, Hindus and more. We identify as LGBTQIA+, men, women and non-gender conforming. We’re people with disabilities, both visible and non-apparent. All of our experiences add up to strengthen our community and classrooms. 

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Get Involved

The best way to get involved is to visit the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) or join a club or organization. There are more than 15 identity-based clubs on Xavier’s campus, including the LGBTQ Alliance, LatinX and the Black Student Association.

All Xavier Clubs and Organizations
Center for Diversity and Inclusion Programs
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Explore our Vibrant Community

Watch a collection of inspiring and authentic video stories that highlight the diverse voices and experiences that make up our campus community. From students to faculty, alumni to staff, each video unveils a unique perspective.

The Faces of Xavier Video Series
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Connect to Student Resources

At Xavier, you'll find the support and dedicated resources that will help you succeed on campus and after graduation.

Accessibility and Disability Resources
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Center for Faith and Justice
International Student and Scholar Services
Veteran and Military Family Center

Pledge a Divine Nine Fraternity or Sorority

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The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is the governing body of the historical Black Greek organizations known as the Divine Nine. Learn about eligibility for initiation for the five NPHC organizations at Xavier.

NPHC at Xavier

See How Our Students Practice Many Faith Traditions on Campus

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The student body at Xavier is representative of a diverse range of faith traditions and backgrounds, including most Christian denominations as well as those from Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu and Bahai faiths.

Campus Faith Traditions

Get to Know the Community During Smooth Transitions

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Smooth Transitions is a pre-orientation and year-long mentoring program dedicated to empowering underrepresented students—defined as first generation, low socioeconomic status and students of color—by providing a supportive community that fosters leadership development.

Smooth Transitions Program

Unique Individuals Within One Community

More perspectives. More opportunities to grow. More changing the world.

40 Countriesrepresented in the student population
27% Students of coloramong undergraduate students
16+ Religions practiced on campus