Interfaith and Social Justice

During a visit to USF, Sr. Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking commented, "If you don't raise your voice against something that is wrong in your society, you're upholding the status quo." 

Our interfaith and social justice programs invite people of all faiths, those seeking, and those of no faith tradition to meet at the intersection of faith and justice in order to create a more just and equitable society. Participants will examine what they believe and gain the tools and resources necessary to put their belief into action. 


Multi-faith Meditation Room - Toler 123

In a quiet corner of Toler Hall sits a sanctuary for students, faculty, and staff of all faiths and religious traditions. The meditation room has become an important space for quiet prayer, reflection, and spiritual activities. For more information, please email Rev. Dr. Ronné Sims.

Multi-faith Meditation Room

Worship Opportunities

USF embraces people of all faiths. Throughout the academic year, students of all religious traditions gather to examine their own values and explore new faith traditions around campus. University Ministry offers opportunities and information about worship in other faith traditions in this community and in the local area. For more information, please email Rev. Dr. Ronné Sims.

Worship Opportunities