Campus Events

SAC Committees



Cedar Point, Mystery Bus, Cincinnati Reds and Bengals

Excursions coordinates events that engage students in exploring the Cincinnati area and in getting off campus. The goal is to introduce surrounding communities and areas from around the region to students at Xavier through trips and excursions.


#BlackLivesMatter Lecture, Spoken Word Artists, Laverne Cox, Piper Kerman, The Buried Life, PostSecret, To Write Love On Her Arms...

Intersections Committee works with events that create educational intersections for students to engage and learn from one another through programs and campus speakers. The intention is to raise awareness and create dialogues around the intersection of different identities.


Muskies After Dark series, Late Night Snacks, Comedians, Hypnotists, Magicians...

Late Night Programs Committee works to produce fun, entertaining events after 9pm. One of their popular series, Late Night Xavier, features Free Entertainment, Free Activities and Free Food with events showcasing talents and performances, such as concerts, hypnotists, magicians, illusionists, comedians, performance artists and novelty entertainers with events varying from small coffeehouse acts to talent shows.


Ben Rector, B.o.B., Mike Posner, Neon Trees, Owl City, Riverbend Music Center, Bogart's, Taft Theater, Madison Theater and more...

Live Entertainment Committee plans events focused on live performers. Whether bringing a band or performer to campus, or taking students off campus to an area concert venue, Live Entertainment is all about entertaining Xavier students.


Boat Dance, Lip Sync Battle, Color X-Plosion Run, 1831 Week Dance...

University Spirit Committee plans events that are considered traditions and that create school spirit. The most popular and recognizable of these programs are Boat Dance, the annual Mr. Muskie pageant, the Color X-plosion Run and the 1831 Week Dance.


Mark E Bassey, Mike Studd, Magic!, The Filharmonic, Smallpools, Emily Hearn...

 XavierFest has been an annual tradition since 2011. This music and food truck festival draw together students with live performers and great local food to celebrate the end of the school year, each year. Hosted on the final Friday, XavierFest brought 2,300 students together last spring, becoming the largest campus event at Xavier.