We all live and work in a religiously/spiritually plural world and a rapidly globalizing society that brings us into frequent and repeated contact with those whose worldviews are different from our own.
We encourage people to grapple with deep questions of purpose, meaning, and value, to explore what life means to them, why we are all here, and what we should do about it.
We believe that the deepest personal and spiritual exploration happens within a welcoming, caring, and fun community. Communities provide ways to approach, explore, and answer deep questions of purpose, meaning, and value.
We foster opportunities for people to explore how their spirituality (including religious practice) supports their work in the world and their ability to cope with major life transitions, relationships with others, stress, and life’s inevitable catastrophes.
Spirituality & Religious Life welcomes all students, families, faculty, and staff grappling with deep questions of purpose, meaning, and value. Our vision is for every member of our campus to experience the welcome, caring, and fun of a supportive community that enables them to grow into their best selves and put their values to work in the world.