Resilience and spiritual intelligence are major factors of organizational commitment. Today the organizations are successful and these have empowered the committed staffs with high social and spiritual intelligence. Current research aims at investigating the relationship of resilience and spiritual intelligence with organizational commitment in the staffs of Sirjan universities. Three types of questionnaires were used as research tools, which includes: Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC), King’s Spiritual Intelligence Self-Report Inventory (SISRI-24), and Meyer and Allen#39;s Organizational Commitment questionnaire. Pearson correlation and multi-variate linear regression were used for data analysis. Current research findings showed that there is a significant relationship between resilience, spiritual intelligence, and organizational commitment. Also, linear regression results indicated that staff resilience predicts their organizational commitment. And among the dimensions of spiritual intelligence entered into the equation, only conscious state expansion dimension is a significant predictor of organizational commitment (P< 0.05).