The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life invites you to find belonging in one of many student groups and campus partners, make meaning out of the human experience, and join with people of religious, spiritual, or secular worldviews to make a difference in Ithaca and the world. Come see how we're turning our core objectives into a reality at IC, and how our values as an institution are being lived out through the tangible action our community is taking.
If you are a student we invite you update your religious, spiritual, or non-religious preference so IC and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life can provide you with relevant resources. Even though you may have shared this information as part of the admission process, this is an opportunity to update your affiliation. Your responses are private, confidential, and never publicized. Please email us at email@example.com to share your preferences.
The world I want to co-create looks just and boundless. People are able to believe, live and love as they wish as long as they cause no harm to themselves or others.Nijha Young, ‘23 and Uncommon Ground for the Common Good Fellow
Curious about the COVID vaccine and its relationship to your religious practice? ORSL has compiled resources for spiritual and religious practitioners who are looking to protect themselves and navigate this new territory:
- Christians & the Vaccine: A set of responses to frequently asked questions from evangelical questions, including both written and video resources
- National religious organizations and leaders have made their support for vaccines clear: Review public statements from national religious leaders in support of the vaccine here
- Faith in the Vaccine: A National Playbook for Religious Communities Engaged in COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach & Education:
Monday-Friday: Open 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
*The Chapel is open for quiet meditation and study from 8 AM to 10 PM every day.
Our accessible entrance is located on the north side of Muller Chapel building, near pond on ground level.