Religious & Spiritual Life functions to provide an open and collaborative environment in which members of the campus community can nourish their spirits as well as pursue religious inquiry and practice.
Any religious organization or group that wishes to function on campus must be recognized by the Student Government Association. As with all student organizations, it is a requisite that any such group have a faculty/staff advisor who will not only represent the group but be responsible for the activities of the group. Additionally, religious organizations or groups may wish to have a religious/spiritual leader associated with their organization. All religious/spiritual leaders will serve the campus on a voluntary basis and should register with the Associate Dean of Students. Recognized organizations, after consultation with the Associate Dean of Students, may schedule the regular use of the Spiritual Center.
Our campus Religious/Spiritual Leaders make time to see students, faculty and staff by appointment in the Spiritual Center. They can also be located and contacted to setup a time and location at their organizational web pages.
Appropriateness & Accountability for Religious/Spiritual Program Content
Campus religious/spiritual groups and/or volunteer religious/spiritual leaders maintain independent responsibility for their programming, practices and expressions of faith. Religious & Spiritual Life’s recognition of these entities is not an endorsement by The College of New Jersey of these programs, practices or expressions of faith. These entities are considered to be the experts on program content regarding their specific faith and/or religion. However, student groups and volunteer religious/spiritual leaders recognized by Religious & Spiritual Life are subject to all college policies governing facilities, grounds, personal conduct or behavior, and safety and security.
Religious & Spiritual Life
The College of New Jersey
P.O. Box 7718 Ewing, NJ
Associate Dean of Students