Organizations

FISH - Fish is a student-led, non-denominational Christian community in which students strive to grow in faith with one another. The Fish community gathers every Wednesday evening for worship, reflection & learning, and fellowship and also meets regularly for community-building activities such as outdoor trips and service events. Fish takes its mission from Matthew 4:19 (“Come, follow me, and I will send you out to fish for people”) and welcomes all to be a part of its community. For more information, please contact Annie Boyle in Campus Ministry at boylea@up.edu.

The Student Health Advisory Board (SHAB) acts as a bridge between the UP Health and Counseling Center (HCC) and the UP student body. SHAB members voice the ideas and concerns of the student population in order to assist the  HCC in integrating these ideas into their programs and services. The team is comprised entirely of students and aims to best meet the health and wellness needs of our community. Questions? Please contact shab@up.edu or simpsont@up.edu.

Students Aganist Sexual Assault (SASA) - The Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) Organization aims to eliminate the culture of sexual violence within our campus community. We will do so by educating the campus about the issue of sexual assault; specifically regarding topics of consent, as well as through creating dialogue and proactive events. We hope to end many of the stigmas surrounding sexual assault; such as victim blaming, fear of reporting, and labeling of survivors. Questions? Please contact sasa@up.edu or simpsont@up.edu.

Student Nurses Association (UPSNA) - The University of Portland Student Nurses Association is an assembly of future nurse leaders dedicated to the promotion of pre-professional development and discovery through the creation of a supportive community within the School of Nursing, holistic health and wellness promotion, and engagement in the greater UP community. Visit UPSNA to learn more information.

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