Wall showing Wisdom Courage Compassion motto
Announcing the 20th Anniversary
Steering Committee
In preparation for next year's milestone, SUA has created a committee to not only plan the May 3rd celebration, but to guide initiatives that recommit SUA to its founding principles. Read
Exterior of Founders Hall
Soka Creates Global Citizen Award
The new award will honor an individual who has made a major contribution to the global community. The first annual award will be presented at the 20th anniversary dedication in May 2021. Read
Stuart Adams with ambulance in background
Stuart Adams ’16 Finds Purpose in the Line of Fire
The desire to serve the public and a SUA course on emergency management motivated Adams to become a firefighter. He joined CalFire last summer, just in time for the worst fire season in state history. Read
"I ask you to challenge one another as good friends do, so you may all achieve even greater goals and loftier heights, fostering the kind of values and insights enabling you to surmount every ordeal, every setback."
— Daisaku Ikeda, Welcome Message to Class of 2022
Five members of the SUA Executive Council
Meet SUA's Student Leaders
The five members of the Soka Student Union Executive Council chose the theme, "We hear you. One campus, one missionfor humanity," to represent their goals for the student community. Read
SAMSA participants gather in Tanzania
Prof. Perry Collaborates with Global Mathematicians
Katherine Perry, assistant professor of mathematics, joined mathematicians from around the world to bring diverse perspectives to the search for solutions to challenging mathematical problems. Read
Variety of merchandise available at SUA bookstore ( stuffed lion. water bottle. t-shirt)
SUA’s Online
Bookstore Is Open
The bookstore has moved online, just in time for the holidays. For the first time, you can buy Soka sweatshirts, keychains, and other favorites from anywhere in the world. Visit the bookstore site for all your SUA gear needs.
Aerial view of campus
Working Together for Racial Equity in Education
The university has joined a consortium of colleges and universities to form the Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance, which will share strategies and resources to combat racial inequality in higher education. Read
Students with young boy at a nature school
Students Discover the Benefits of Outdoor Education
For a Learning Cluster called "Moved by Nature," Environmental Studies Professor Deike Peters led a group of students on a trip to Scandinavia to explore the growing trend of outdoor learning. Read