Campus Ministry offers conversation and accompaniment to all undergraduate and graduate students alike. Campus Ministers, Resident Ministers, and other ministry partners are all access points for students, whether they seek pastoral care and conversation or direction in their spiritual life.
Pastoral care and conversations are available to all students, regardless of religious or spiritual background, and serve as opportunities to process their lived experience. Students are welcome to set up time for conversation and care for any kind of experience. These include, though are not limited to, major life transitions, stress, relational challenges, and identity exploration.
Spiritual accompaniment offers students an opportunity to explore and deepen their faith with a companion over a longer period of time. These conversations aim to aid students in the ebb and flow of their spiritual life and how to navigate them.
Campus Ministers are confidential resources for students who have experienced sexual assault. For more information on on-campus resources for survivors of sexual assault, including a list of confidential resources, visit the Office of Institutional Equity.
If you already know who you would like to talk to, you can schedule a meeting directly using the Campus Minister and Resident Minister Contact List. Otherwise, use the form below to connect.
Especially in this time of transition, isolation and loneliness, grief and anxiety, and grappling with questions of justice, we are here for you.
If you or someone around you is experiencing an emergency or are in a crisis, please call one of the numbers below to get in touch with someone right away: