Religious Life

Princeton University is nonsectarian, and it honors and embraces many religious traditions. Students are free to join religious organizations on campus, many of which are supported as student organizations through the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students. The religious interests of members of the University community are supported by the Office of the Dean of Religious Life, working together with campus ministers who serve the students, faculty and staff of particular faiths.

The University Chapel welcomes all students to its ecumenical services. Students may participate in study and discussion groups, conferences, retreats, chapel choir, drama and social action. The Office of the Dean of Religious Life sponsors the Religious Life Council, which brings together students of all faiths to learn from one another and promote understanding in the University community.

University Religious Resources

Office of Religious Life
University Chapel

Programs of the Office of Religious Life

Office of Hindu Life
Office of Muslim Life
Religious Life Council

Campus Ministries

Aquinas Institute (Roman Catholic)
Athletes in Action
Baptist Student Fellowship
Center for Jewish Life
Episcopal Church at Princeton
Faculty Commons
Lutheran Campus Ministry
Manna Christian Fellowship
Orthodox Christian Fellowship
Princeton Evangelical Fellowship
Princeton Faith and Action
Princeton Graduate College Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Princeton Presbyterians (Westminster Foundation)
Unitarian Universalist Campus Community
Wesley Foundation (Methodist)

Student Religious Organizations

Baha'i Club at Princeton
Baptist Student Fellowship
Buddhist Students' Group
Christian Science Organization
Hindu Satsangam
Jehovah's Witnesses
Latter-day Saints Student Association
Muslim Students' Association
Seventh-Day Adventists
Yavneh House

Chapel Choir

Members of the Chapel Choir rehearse for a performance of "St. Nicolas."