Key Theme: Campus

Campus Crusade for Christ
“A network of vibrant, growing movements on 1,029 campuses in the United States and beyond.”
http://www.ccci.org/

Catholic Campus MinistryMinister is a general term for a member of the clergy in the Christian church. The term has also come to use in other religious traditions to designate a member of the clergy (as in the Jodo Shinshu tradition and the Nation of Islam). Association
“The CCMA is the national association for Catholic campus ministersMinister is a general term for a member of the clergy in the Christian church. The term has also come to use in other religious traditions to designate a member of the clergy (as in the Jodo Shinshu tradition and the Nation of Islam). who serve at Catholic and non-Catholic colleges and universities.”
http://www.ccmanet.org/

Cherry Hill Seminary
PaganThe term “pagan” (from the Latin paganus) originally meant “peasant” or “country dweller.” For many Pagans, the term suggests a life lived close to the land. Today, nature spirituality is an important thread in contemporary Paganism. Some Paga... seminary program in Vermont offering training in Public Ministry and Pagan Pastoral Counseling.
http://cherryhillseminary.org/

Cornell United Religious Work
A division of Student and Academic Services at Cornell University, this organization is composed of twenty-five affiliated communities and offers worship, study, social, and interfaith programs.
http://www.curw.cornell.edu/

Harvard College Interfaith Council (HCIC)
The Harvard College Interfaith Council seeks to promote greater inter-religious awareness and understanding within the Harvard community.
http://www.nataliejacoby.com/HCIC/index.php

Hillel
A global Jewish student network and organization offering opportunities to explore and celebrate Jewish identity on campus.
http://www.hillel.org/

Muslim Students AssociationIn 1963, the Muslim Students Association (MSA) was organized to promote religious unity, through education and mutual aid, among Muslim international students at North American colleges. The MSA laid the groundwork for numerous national organizations, inc...
Website of national student association, founded in 1963 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
http://www.msanational.org/

National Native AmericanEach of the many Native American nations has its own distinctive life-ways, although there are some widely-shared characteristics. most Native life-ways are primarily transmitted through oral traditions; they are oriented toward living in relation to a sp... Law Students Association
“The National Native American Law Students Association was founded in 1970 to promote the study of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law and traditional forms of governance, and to support Native AmericansEach of the many Native American nations has its own distinctive life-ways, although there are some widely-shared characteristics. most Native life-ways are primarily transmitted through oral traditions; they are oriented toward living in relation to a sp... in law school.”
http://www.nationalnalsa.org/

Religious Diversity News: College Campuses
—Newfeed: Campus https://pinboard.in/u:pluralism/t:Campus
—Archived news articles searched by key theme: Colleges/Universities http://www.pluralism.org/news/search.php?key=Colleges/Universities

Secular Student AllianceThe Secular Student Alliance is a network of campus-based student organizations that seek to promote “the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics.”
“The mission of the Secular Student Alliance is to organize, unite, educate, and serve students and student communities that promote the ideas of scientific and critical inquiry, secularismMultivalent terms that often are used to describe people (or their worldview) who reject the practices, dogma, and creeds of established religious traditions. Some people, on the other hand, may identify as Humanist and also consider this either a belief ..., and human based ethics.”
http://www.secularstudents.org

SikhSikhs call their tradition the “Sikh Panth,” meaning the “community (panth) of the disciples of the Guru.” The tradition reveres a lineage of ten Gurus, beginning with Guru Nanak in the 16th century and coming to a clos. with the death of Guru Gob... Student Associations and the Sikh Coalition
National Sikh student organization campaign sponsored by the Sikh Coalition.
www.sikhcoalition.org/stay-informed/sikh-coalition-advisories/478

Western Sikh Students’ Association (UK)
Congregation in London and Western assisting in the “practice and promotion, as well as, the dissemination of information” about SikhismSikhs call their tradition the “Sikh Panth,” meaning the “community (panth) of the disciples of the Guru.” The tradition reveres a lineage of ten Gurus, beginning with Guru Nanak in the 16th century and coming to a clos. with the death of Guru Gob....
http://westernssa.blogspot.com/

Yale Religious Ministry
A campus “association of clergyClergy are the body of ordained men (and in some cases women) who are authorized to perform the priestly, pastoral, or rabbinical duties of the community—as distinct from the laity whom they serve. and non-ordainedOrdination means consecration to a priestly or monastic life. The term is used in the Buddhist tradition for the rites of becoming a monk (bhikkhu) or nun (bhikkhuni); in the Jewish tradition for the rites of becoming a rabbi; and in the Christian traditi... representatives of various religious faiths” collaborating on issues within the Yale community.
http://www.yale.edu/chaplain/yrm.html

Young Jains of AmericaYoung Jains of America was formed in 1989 during the fifth biennial convention of JAINA. YJA held its first national convention in Chicago in 1994 and plans to hold such conventions biennially. In addition to organizing conferences, YJA also encourages Ja...
“A committee of Federation of Jain Associations in North America (JAINAThe Federation of Jain Associations in North America (JAINA) is an umbrella organization encompassing the approximately 60 Jain centers in the United States and Canada. Since its first meeting in 1981, JAINA has held conventions every two years in various...) who puts emphasis on projects relating to Jain youth from ages 14-29.”
http://www.yja.org/