The student groups below are vital parts of The Of Many Institute for Multifaith Leadership. For a longer list of religious and spiritual student groups, including independent clubs, click here.

Student Multifaith Advisory Council

SMAC is a collaborative community of student leaders who meet weekly to explore faith narratives through meaningful dialogue and experiences in order to nurture mutual respect and understanding. SMAC members create a spiritual community by attending weekly meetings, organizing events for multifaith engagement on campus and in the community (including education, service, social events and more) and getting access to amazing opportunities through Global Spiritual Life. Undergraduate students will learn from other faith traditions, explore their own spirituality, and gain valuable leadership skills. Click here to meet current council members.


MuCh seeks to facilitate discussion between the Muslim and Christian communities on the NYU Campus. It is a place that fosters respect and knowledge between the two faiths, but that also has open doors to anyone who is curious to learn about the beliefs of Islam and/or Christianity. Through weekly group discussions centered around a specific topic, MuCh builds interfaith community and friendships. For more information on how you can get involved, email


Bridges is a student-run club that works in conjunction with the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life and the Islamic Center at NYU to bring together knowledgeable and passionate Jewish and Muslim students to engage in constructive and comparative discussions of our faiths. We strive to learn from each other so that we me may put aside notions of “Us vs. Them” and responsibly confront both our similarities and differences in an attempt to achieve a mutual understanding and sense of shared purpose. For more information on how you can get involved, email


Mosaic provides an opportunity for students of color whose missions or identities are linked to spiritual and/or faith-based pursuits to come together to consider the differences and commonalities within the spiritual affairs and faiths of their respective communities. Mosaic strives to provide a safe space for said communities to commune and organize, and for networking and solidarity building initiatives. For more information on how you can get involved, email