All the world is at Princeton
One of the great resources at Princeton is the presence and vitality of so many religious traditions. The campus denominational chaplaincies and student groups attend to the spiritual needs of students, staff, faculty, families, alumni, and friends through many opportunities for ritual observance, spiritual counseling, and engaging programming.
Can’t find a chaplaincy or student group for your religious tradition? If you are interested in starting a group for your religious tradition, contact Alison Boden, Dean of Religious Life.
The Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles is an international interfaith organization that seeks to foster a God-centered community that promotes universal principles and values that uplift the Princeton community.
Princeton Friends Meeting is a community of Friends (Quakers) in the Princeton area. Our faith is based on the belief that there is that of God in each person and that each person is able to have direct experience of the Divine, without the formality of ritual or creed.
The Princeton Rose Castle Society (PRCS) grew out of a fall break trip to the Rose Castle Foundation in Cumbria, England in 2019, sponsored by the Office of Religious Life.
The Religious Life Council is an undergraduate fellowship of religiously diverse students who are committed to fostering conversation between people of all faiths and beliefs.