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Find fellowship with other members of the religious life community by joining one of these campus organizations.
Different religions and denominations are represented by a variety of clubs, including those for Christianity, Judaism and Catholicism.
Religious and Spiritual Life Clubs
Better Together—A group composed of students with diverse religious and non-religious perspectives dedicated to bringing people together to work for a better world for all.
Catholic Campus Ministries—Take part in service and fellowship events throughout the semester, while discovering more about the Roman Catholic faith.
Hillel—Explore and celebrate your Jewish identity.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship—Encourage Christians on campus through weekly on-campus worship services, Bible studies and other fellowship activities.
Kairos—This is a weekly gathering on Tuesday nights for fellowship, worship, and quiet reflection.
Lutheran Student Movement—Promote active participation in the life and mission of the Lutheran church.
Pre-Ministry—An organization for students who are interested in going into the ministry.
Young Life—A non-denominational Christian ministry that reaches out to local high school students by building relationships through meetings and events.