Weddings & Holy Unions at Tufts University

Tufts Professor Ethan Danahy and Kristina Danahy sign their wedding license in Goddard Chapel with Tufts University Chaplain The Reverend Greg McGonigle.

Tufts Professor Ethan and Kristina Danahy sign their wedding license in Goddard Chapel with Tufts University Chaplain, The Reverend Greg McGonigle. (C) Channing Johnson 2014

We welcome the Tufts community, friends of the university, and local community members into the joyous tradition of celebrating weddings and holy unions at Tufts University.

All weddings and holy unions that take place at Tufts University are arranged through the University Chaplaincy. Goddard Chapel and the Interfaith Center can accommodate your preferred wedding ceremony–whether religious, spiritual, interfaith, or secular. All may request to celebrate their union on campus.

The Chaplaincy Coordinator can assist couples with booking space and can refer them to the University Chaplain to discuss a celebrant for the ceremony. No wedding or holy union plans at Tufts University can be made until a Wedding and Holy Union Reservation Form is signed by the Tufts University Chaplain.

The University Chaplaincy is currently updating our Wedding and Holy Union Planning Guide, policies, and fees. For further information or to discuss planning your wedding or holy union service on campus, please contact Chaplaincy Coordinator Linda Karpowich at 617-627-3427 or linda.karpowich@tufts.edu.

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