Faith, Service and Vocation
Earlham supports the development of its students and community members not only academically and intellectually, but spiritually as well.
Through volunteer experiences, exploring faith through campus organizations and local religious communities, and investigating career and vocational choices, students experience synergy and growth within and beyond the classroom.
- Religious Life at Earlham
- Office of Religious Life
- Newlin Center for Quaker Thought and Practice
- Center for Career Education
The Office of Religious Life offers a variety of programs spanning the gamut of religious and spiritual opportunity. Multi-faith services, dinners and programs are offered frequently. Students also are encouraged to get involved in the religious life in the greater Richmond Community. Religious Life has a listing of all the churches, meetings and religious opportunities available in the area.
Student Organizations Related to Faith
- Baha'i Club
- Buddhism Club
- Earlham Christian Fellowship (ECF)
- Earlham Young Friends
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Jewish Student Union
- Questing Catholics
- Unitarian Universalists