One of the best parts of being at college is meeting new friends through common interests and discovering what you are passionate about. Cabrini has a wide variety of clubs that can get students involved in the campus and community. Students can sign up for the club of their choice during the Involvement Fair that Cabrini holds each semester.
Campus Ministry has multiple options to help the community. At the beginning of each month, a group of students gather in Wolfington Center for PB&J Night. The students will make sandwiches, along with putting together water bottles and snacks, then take them into Center City and give them to people experiencing homelessness.
Catholic Relief Services
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international organization that helps developing countries in relief efforts. CRS ambassadors are students who meet together to educate themselves on issues that are happening in the world in regard to immigration, climate change, fair trade and more. Ambassadors attend conferences and retreats that help them become more engaged citizens of the world.
Body Image Coalition
Body Image Coalition (BIC) promotes positive body image in hopes for people to love themselves for who they are no matter what they look like. BIC hosts various events throughout the year, their most popular being the BeYOUtiful Fashion Show. At the fashion show, they have students model various outfits ranging from evening wear to school spirit. The goal is to teach and show others to be proud of their bodies.
Food Recovery Network
Cabrini recently started a chapter of Food Recovery Network (FRN). FRN is when students take leftover soup from the cafeteria and bring it to soup kitchens for those who need a meal. It is a nationally recognized organization that colleges and universities across the country are involved in to help people that sometimes go hungry. Recently, Cabrini's FRN has also started delivering soup to our own food pantry for students, the Cabrini Cupboard.
Active Minds is a club that promotes mental health awareness and educating people on mental illnesses. They host and co-host various events throughout the year. At the end of the semester, they had support dogs come to campus to help students relax from the stress of finals week.
S.A.V.E.: Students Against Violence Everyday
Students Against Violence Everyday educates people on dating and sexual violence so students can practice healthy relationships. This past semester they held a panel of social workers to discuss and answer questions about abusive relationships, and a viewing of the Mark Hudson story. Mark Hudson was an Upper Darby police officer who was killed by his girlfriend. His mother, who is also a social worker, took part in the panel.