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Interfaith Youth Core Launches a New FREE, On-line/Self-Paced Training that Combines the Best Practices of Interfaith Leadership and Anti-Racism/Social Justice Initiatives

We Are Each Other's
Campus-Wide Better Together Interfaith Ally Trainings Are Now Being Offered by Zoom (contact Dr. Glass-Coffin to Schedule!

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The Interfaith Student Association currently meets via Zoom on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm.

More Upcoming Events

Interfaith discussions on racial justice

faith challenges group

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We are living through stressful times but we have lots of ways to help you connect with other Aggies!

If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health concerns, please check out these resources:

1) USU "Ready 2021" Wellness Resources

2) Student Wellness Resources

3) How to Help When Others Are Struggling

More Resources for Students

Reflection room

The USU Reflection Room is available to all Aggies from 8:30-5:00 pm, Mon-Fri, Military Science 213A. Individual conversations with the Interfaith Chaplain and support groups related to issues of faith are also available for students (click on the picture for more information).

Gather together: opportunities for connecting in and around our community

interfaith in our community

COVID-19 has made it difficult to continue engaging both within and across religious/spiritual communities but "virtual connections" are on the rise. Click the picture to find out how!

How does your orientation around religion help you find peace in troubled times?

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To find out how Aggies are coping with the COVID-19 crisis, check out this Youtube channel link or hop on over to Instagram or Facebook's "Aggies Finding Peace" channels to hear some inspiring stories from your fellow Aggies!

Handy Interfaith Calendar (click the picture for  the BRAND NEW 2021 calendar from NCCJ)

Interfaith Calendar


Interfaith Leadership Certificate Program



A Welcoming and Inclusive Campus

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At Utah State we strive to lift-up diversity, human dignity, and social responsibility (click the image above to see our university-wide principles of community).

The Interfaith Initiative embodies this commitment by building capacity for appreciatively engaging religious difference in service to a common good.