Spirituality is an important part of many students’ lives, and religious centers located on or near campus provide opportunities for services as well as dialogues, discussions and symposiums. Each denomination is served by trained clergy or lay workers who are sensitive to the needs of college students, faculty, and staff and are available for counseling and advising. They are involved in th day-to-day activities dealing with faith and life, heart and mind.

The University Chaplains Association, the official body responsible for religious life on campus, includes various campus ministries that provide activities addressing spiritual needs. These services include scripture study, community service, counseling, discussions, fellowship, leadership training, retreats, social events, and worship.