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As an inclusive public university, EWU is the proud home of students and religions from around the world, and the university acknowledges the importance of religious organizations to its students. As a student at EWU, you'll find a welcoming, respectful community no matter your spiritual, religious or philosophical beliefs. This list of student groups and support networks can help spark dialogue and build the support system you need while you're away from home.
Alpha Omega Campus Ministry
The group seeks to change the world by developing the character of its members in order to become inspirational leaders.
Berean Bible Study
Through studying and applying the word of God, the Berean Bible Study seeks to equip students to follow the Lord Jesus Christ and answer questions about Christianity.
Catholic Newman Center
Located off-campus, the center is a place for students to become more involved with their faith during college. The center offers social events, service opportunities and community involvement.
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
The fellowships seeks to learn, know and serve Jesus and to represent Jesus by loving each other and those around us.
Christians on Campus
This group encourages students to read and study the Bible on a routine basis throughout their college career.
Compassionate Interfaith Society
The society promotes respect and awareness of different religions, endorses interfaith dialogue, and encourages the eradication of hatred.
Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ)
The organization provides students with opportunities for spiritual growth and development.
The group works to unite atheist, agnostic, humanist, rationalist and free thought students on campus.
The group seeks to teach and build up students with the word of God and to be a resource for students.
Episcopal Campus Ministry (ECM)
Wherever you are on your faith journey, you will be welcomed and will find rest, renewal and nourishment.
To add your approved, campus-affiliated student organization to this list, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and a short description of the work you perform.