Welcome to Campus Interfaith Resources!
In these unprecedented times, I hope you are staying safe and healthy. Normally orientation is one of my favorite times of the year, meeting new Lakers and helping them get connected with our campus resources. This year, we have gone digital and on this page, you will see the various things Campus Interfaith has to offer. You can learn more about the 20 or so Religious, Spiritual and Secular groups that we have on campus, you can learn how to become an interfaith ambassador, you can learn about our religious accommodation policy, and finally you can learn about some of the programming Campus Interfaith Resources offers.
Eboo Patel, the founder of the Interfaith Youth Core, reminds us that colleges are civic laboratories where people with different beliefs come together to live, learn, and socialize. He reminds that we are better together than we are apart, so we need to come together.
Below are a few questions that we get asked a lot with some common answers. We hope that you join us for an interfaith discussion or a site visit. You can also email us or call us at (616)331-3207 in order to connect more. We look forward to seeing you on campus.
Coordinator of Campus Interfaith Resources
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At GVSU, we seek to support and celebrate the religious, secular, and spiritual diversity of our campus. Campus Interfaith Resources exists to both accommodate the unique needs of various faith-based groups on campus while also proactively appreciating the richness of our diversity through educational and engaging programs.
Find Your Home
The GVSU Community is as diverse in faith, belief and philosophy of life as it is in other regards. There are lots of student organizations representing different religious, secular and spiritual beliefs. If you don't see your tradition represented, reach out to Kevin McIntosh or the Office of Student Life to learn how to start a registered student organization.
Recently, Campus Interfaith Resources hosted a virtual community gathering to hear words of hope from various traditions. You can watch the gathering to the right. You can also find some spiritual care resources below.
“Campus Interfaith Resources gave me a safe space to exist between religious viewpoints. I love listening and learning, and interfaith events made it easy to explore and befriend people of very different identities, without requiring me to change the way I identify and express my own secular worldview.”Ben Scott-Brandt
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