The Office of Religious Life promotes Princeton University’s care and support for the many religious communities that flourish on its campus. We seek to support all religious traditions in the practice and expression of their faith, and we strongly encourage interfaith dialogue and cooperation. We also seek, through our own programs and in collaboration with others, to provide opportunities for community service, cross-cultural understanding, and constructive social action.
The Religious Life Council is a fellowship of Princeton University students who are committed to fostering conversation between all religious faiths at Princeton as well as at the national and international levels. We hold weekly roundtable discussions that include topics such as religion and art, conversion, modesty, and the death penalty. We work with the residential colleges and other centers and academic offices on campus to encourage student participation in discussion about religion at Princeton.
At PHS we foster a Hindu community through a combination of social and educational events. We are a joyous, passionate family committed to supporting each other in our academic, social, and spiritual growth. PHS is open to people of all creeds and beliefs, Hindu and non-Hindu. We feel unity in our plurality. It is a safe place to express ourselves, practice our religion, and discover what our spirituality means to us. PHS aims to be a leading, exemplary resource globally.
No matter which corner of the world you come from, welcome to Princeton’s Muslim Student Association. Established in 1995, Princeton UniversityÂ’s MSA is a strictly non-political faith-based organization dedicated to uniting the Muslim community at Princeton through a variety of year-round religious and social events. We are also committed to enhancing the spirit of religious co-existence, understanding, and dialogue at Princeton. We welcome everyone, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or creed, to come to our events to participate or just observe.
Welcome to the website for Sikhs of Princeton, Princeton University’s official Sikh Students Association, founded in 2009. Sikhs of Princeton was founded by Sikh students who felt that campus was in need of a student group that would provide opportunities for them to express their faith, as well as to spread awareness of Sikhism across the Princeton community. Please have a look around our site, and feel free to contact us with questions, comments, or suggestions.