Global Peace and Spirituality
Student Engagement and Belonging supports student-led, staff-supported, interfaith programs that promote spiritual growth among students and empower students to engage in projects that foster prosperity and positive change. Students are welcome to drop by Shaw 105 for weekly open-space conversations to connect with people from all backgrounds and beliefs.
- Create compassionate, global-minded peacemakers who are changing the world.
- Encourage respect for diverse people and perspectives.
- Cultivate a healthy and equitable campus community.
Finding Our Way in the World
Our mission is to serve as a hub where people can come together and share diverse perspectives. We hope to advance our community’s understanding of the world by creating a safe space where people can actively listen to each other.
Student Engagement and Belonging supports student organizations representing diverse faiths and offers a variety of programs that encourage meaningful engagement among people of differing and intersecting identities.
MLK Celebration Unity Luncheon
Student Engagement and Belonging co-hosts the MLK Celebration's Unity Luncheon with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion every year. This luncheon is an opportunity for the Westminster community to come together and discuss diversity, community, and engagement.
Coexist Cafés happen at least once every semester. Campus members get a chance to share their beliefs and cultures through panels and conversation.
All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to join weekly student-led Heart Talks in the Student Engagement and Belonging space (Shaw 105).
2023–24 Faith-Based and Interfaith Clubs
Griffins For the Greater Good
Hillel for Utah
International Student Association
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Latter-day Saint Student Association