Encouraging students to explore and develop their spiritual life as part of a liberal arts education.
In concert with the College’s goal to provide a transformative experience for students, the chaplaincy program is designed to help students explore, nurture, and strengthen their spiritual lives. The objective of the program is to provide students with a means to express their faith, if they wish to do so, in a safe, respectful, and open manner.
Our goal is to provide students with a means to express their faith, if they wish to do so, in a safe, respectful and open manner.
Traditionally, Ursinus has recognized diversity of expression and freedom to worship. The chaplain coordinates campus religious organizations and community service activities.
The program presently consists of five distinct components:
Building on the work first initiated under a pilot program launched in 2017, the Harold C. Smith Foundation has approved a new $862,000 implementation grant for Ursinus College.
A commissioning ceremony was held for Reverend Terri Ofori, chaplain and director of religious and spiritual life, on Oct. 28.