Interfaith Advisory Boards
The San Diego State University Interfaith Advisory Boards is a diverse group of community leaders who speak from a variety of faith perspectives on issues, including, but not limited to, the quality of education, inclusiveness, and equity San Diego State University.
The San Diego State University Interfaith Advisory Board supports the emotional and intellectual development of SDSU students, faculty, and staff from a faith-based perspective.
The San Diego State University Interfaith Advisory Boards serve as resources to the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer in the development and implementation of diversity goals, strategies and objectives by being a voice of the interfaith community.
Boards Currently in Place:
- Muslim Advisory Board
- Jewish Advisory Board
- Christian Advisory Board
Interfaith Advisory Programming
"Iftar" is the fast-breaking meal observed each evening at sundown during the holy month of Ramadan. The Interfaith Iftar Dinner is an opportunity for the whole SDSU community to join our Muslim friends for an evening meal as they break their Ramadan fast. The event includes a traditional Middle Eastern meal, along with presentations by community peacemakers, community partners and an award ceremony horning those who are making a positive difference in our local Muslim community.