Religious Life

Rhodes commitment to fostering religious life comes from our roots in the Presbyterian Church, an affiliation which continues today.

The Office of the Chaplain fosters and enriches the religious and spiritual life of the Rhodes College community. You can contact the Chaplain for advising, pastoral care, conversation, meditation tips, story-sharing, life planning, or to discuss your spiritual and religious needs. 

Many students at Rhodes are active in religious and spiritual groups on campus, which include Hillel of Rhodes College, Muslim Students Association, Tuesday Fellowship, Reformed University Fellowship, and UKirk.