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Concordia Religions and Cultures Student Association (CRACSA)

Who we are

If you are an undergraduate student, the Concordia Religions and Cultures Student Association (CRACSA) is your first point of contact. We organize social events such as: meet and greets; trivia and movie nights; cultural events — like visits to local temples of diverse religious traditions, and academic events — such as a speaker series. We also enjoy the benefits of having a dedicated student lounge.

Composed of a five-student team elected by the Department's undergraduate students (Major or Minor), we maintain ties with the faculty and engage in the student body under the Arts and Science Federation of Associations.

To get involved

Your participation in the CRACSA really matters! You can become involved in the executive and help organize events that matter to you. Participation as an executive is recognized on your co-curricular record (CCR) and can help demonstrate acquired transferable skills. This is a valuable addition to your academic transcript and is an excellent way to maximize your time at Concordia.

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The department's undergraduate listserv offers important information and announcements. Subscribe by sending an email to

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