Sikh Student Association (SSA) exists to provide a forum for SMU students to learn about Sikhism, its history, beliefs, and culture. This task will be done by building working relationships with other organizations and performing community service. SSA will also act on developing an understanding throughout campus about the Sikh religion through educational, social, religious, and intercultural programs. SMU SSA is devoted to bringing understanding of the meaning of Sikhism among all denominations regardless of race, gender, or creed.
Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Campus Ministries Room on the 3rd floor of Hughes Trigg Student Center
Activities and Events:
Sikh Turban Day, Community Service Day, and other social and cultural programs.