Student organizations at SFS-Q promote a vibrant campus life that informs an education fit for future global leaders. In the Jesuit tradition, SFS-Q's diverse array of activities empowers students to improve themselves, serve their communities, and make a positive impact on the world.
Through their involvement in student organizations, Hoyas experience personal growth, build professional skills, reinforce a commitment to lifelong learning, and become "Women and Men for Others."
SFS-Q Student Clubs are created, driven, and managed entirely by students. They represent a wide range of cultural, performance, and academic interests.
Student Programs are annual hallmarks of the SFS-Qatar experience. These co-curricular activities are opportunities for deep educational and personal growth. Programs include local educational outreach, off-campus retreats, and SFS-Q's signature international program, Zones of Conflict, Zones of Peace.
Student Committees at SFS-Q plan and execute specific campus events traditions for the Georgetown community. Highlights include Open Mic Night, Hoya Spirit Day, and the annual Diplomatic Ball.
SFS-Q offers its students a wide range of competitive inter-collegiate athletic opportunities. The five teams currently competing for the Blue & Gray include the Women's Basketball and Football teams as well as the Men's Basketball, Football, and Cricket teams.
Oversight & Governance Organizations
The SFS-Q Student Government Association (SGA) is the primary representative voice advocating for student interests. The SGA works closely with the Student Activities Commission (SAC) to allocate funding to clubs and committees.