The Truitt Center is a safe place for spiritual growth, worldview exploration (religious and secular), and interfaith engagement. Our mission is to encourage students to honor the spiritual dimension of life, to respect religious and cultural differences, to deepen and explore their faith traditions and worldviews, to embrace the present responsibly and the future with hope, and to live the principles they value.
We have a vibrant set of religious, spiritual, and philosophical communities, including support for more traditional religious identities (Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, and Hindu), yoga and meditation, interfaith community, and a group for secular students and atheists.
To experess interst in any of our groups, fill out the Spiritual Interest Form, and a student or staff member will contact you.
To join the SAGES: Multifaith Engagement program please click here and answer a few questions.
Check out the video below to hear Truitt Center benefactor, Edna Truitt Noiles, talk about why she thinks interfaith work is important.
If you will miss class due to observance of a religious holiday, you must fill out the form found below. Before submitting this form, please read our Religious Holidays Policy which can be found in the link at left, under Multi-faith Religious Holidays.
Catholic Campus Ministry invites you to take some time out of your busy schedule on Fridays to celebrate Mass in the Sacred Space of the Numen Lumen Pavilion.
Catholic Rosary and Mass every Wednesday evening in Holt Chapel