The following begins to answer this question. We are here for all members of the Tufts community.
We provide opportunities to pursue and grow in their own religious traditions, while fostering respect and understanding of other traditions.
We provide opportunities to gather in community with those who share values.
We provide opportunities to explore the diverse religious and ethical communities represented at Tufts.
We provide opportunities for collaborative service by those who share religious and ethical values.
We provide a safe setting for asking life’s big questions and discussing complex and controversial ethical issues.
We provide opportunities for the integration of mind, body, and spirit.
We encourage leadership development and interpersonal cooperation.
We enable the creation of a climate which celebrates religious or non-religious diversity and respect for difference.
We provide a place where people can come to talk in times of crisis and transition.
We provide and participate in rituals for the Tufts community.
We are a presence on campus that stands with all who seek to bring their faith/moral sensitivity to their pursuit of academic excellence.
We are a presence on campus which seeks to stand for the human rights of all and justice for marginalized persons or groups, in collaboration with others who care.