Stetson University celebrates the existence of religious diversity among the campus community and strives to equip students from various religious and non-religious backgrounds to work together in cooperation.
We seek to recognize the commonalities and differences among world views, increase awareness and understanding, and provide opportunities for social cohesion among students.
"Interfaith cooperation isn't just for students who belong to religious traditions; it's also for students who possess a desire for social change."
(Top photo): the Muslim Student Association hosts "An Evening of Dialogue," which includes an opportunity for students to learn how to write their names in Arabic.
(Middle): Catholic Campus Minstry leads an interfaith panel discussion on the leadership of Pope Francis.
(Bottom): Hillel students lead their peers through the Passover Seder.