Advising: Office of the Chaplain
Students considering seminary, graduate theological study, or work in a religious tradition are encouraged to design programs which emphasize History, Philosophy, English, classical languages, Jewish Studies, and Religion Studies. Majors and minors in Religion Studies and Jewish Studies are available. Students should consult with their advisor about program requirements, denominational procedures for persons preparing for ministries, and the selection of undergraduate courses.
Students are encouraged to become involved in religious organizations and activities both on and off campus. Study groups on the Bible, sacred texts, social issues, personal development, and ecumenical and interfaith relations are available on campus and there are many community service and fellowship opportunities as well.