An international and interdenominational Christian ministry that’s dedicated to turning spiritually lost students into Christ-centered laborers. Our focus is on discipleship and fellowship through many different Bible studies and a weekly main meeting. We also attend various retreats, conferences, and concerts.
We’re dedicated to spreading the Catholic teaching to our fellow classmates while growing deeper in our own faith. We give rides to Mass at St. John Church every Sunday, and have a weekly Bible study and fellowship night. Join us on retreat every semester. Help out at a fish fry at St. John during Lent, or even host Theology on Tap at Cascarelli's during spring semester. Visit our website
Through Hillel, Jewish students on campus have a voice. A chance to improve awareness about cultural issues such as anti-Semitism. And an opportunity to observe holiday traditions with other Jewish students and faculty. We also give other members of the community the chance to learn more about the Jewish culture.
Be a part of an interdenominational group that builds student-led collegiate fellowships. Our members are committed to evangelism, discipleship, engagement of the campus in all its diversity, and the world mission of the church. Our chapter is affiliated with the international IVCF, and we participate in a number of conferences and training events. Everyone is welcome to participate in our large group meetings, smaller Bible studies in every residence hall, regular prayer meetings, and various social events.
Our association provides a support network for Muslims on campus, and offers programs that teach about Islam and the Islamic culture. Join us for events, such as special dinners or religious observances.
Standing on the foundation of Christian unity, diversity, knowledge, and leadership, UVAC exemplifies African American heritage through gospel music. Our main event, United Voices in Praise, is a concert held each year that involves students and the community. Student leaders in UVAC direct and manage rehearsals and produce the gospel concerts. Students of all backgrounds are welcome.
Have a real relationship with God, with others, and with the rest of the world. We operate out of a Christian framework, but we’re open to all students who want to grow spiritually, discuss ideas and concerns, and serve others. While historically United Methodist, Wesley celebrates diversity. Weekly meetings involve an activity, reflection, and discussion over dinner, along with occasional service and cultural events.