We pride ourselves on creating a social and academic environment where open discussions of spirituality, faith, and interfaith are woven into the fabric of college life. If you are not Lutheran, you are not alone — only 47 percent of ̳ students are. Students of all faiths, or with no religious beliefs, are welcome at ̳.

Spirituality for All

Nick McGinley '23, Brooklyn Park, Minn., shares his exploration of spiritual life at ̳ and how all are invited to engage in their own way.

Better Together

̳'s student interfaith organization – Better Together – promotes interfaith activism and literacy through events on campus that promotes interfaith dialogue and activism on campus and in the community.

Bridging Connections

As an Interfaith Scholar, activist, and future lawyer, Avyan Mejdeen ’22 is organizing change on campus, in the community, and across the nation.

Interfaith Statement

̳ practices interfaith cooperation because of its Lutheran dedication to prepare thoughtful and informed global citizens who foster wholeness and hope, build peace through understanding, and serve the world together.

"̳ has been recognized as a national leader in interfaith and is one of only 20 colleges and universities in the United States to offer an interdisciplinary degree program in interfaith studies."
— Dr. Jacqueline Bussie, Founder of the Forum on Faith and Life