Religious Life

TU was founded as a Presbyterian school and maintains a relationship with the Presbyterian Church, USA, but the University is home to students of nearly every faith from Eastern and Western traditions.  Inclusion other than exclusion describes the vibrant religious community.

The Chaplain's Office and campus ministries support the interests of a variety of religious groups.

  • Baptist Collegiate Ministries (formerly BSU)
  • Chi Alpha (Assembly of God)
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • F.I.R.E. (Free Independent Religious Expression)
  • International Student Ministries
  • Jewish Student Association (TU Hillel)
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Latter Day Saint Student Fellowship
  • Lutherans and Friends
  • Muslim Student Association
  • Nurses Christian Fellowship
  • Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)
  • St. Philip Neri Newman Center (Campus Catholic Minstry)
  • St. Teresa's Womens Group
  • Student Mobilization
  • United Campus Ministries (interdenominational)
  • Wesley Foundation
  • Westminster Society/Presbyterian Campus Ministry

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