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This manuscript uses a case study of a faith-based student organization to explore the interrelationship between student involvement and mobilization in student organizations. the authors explore the types of cocurricular offerings students perceive to be especially meaningful and document ways effective organizations mobilize students to enact political agendas. the study answers two questions: (a) How can student organizations be structured in order to create optimal learning environments for students? and (b) How do student organizations mobilize students to achieve their political aims? the authors also include recommendations to structure meaningful co-curricular activities aimed at answering these two questions for both secular and faith-based student organizations.