HCAT Weekly Meetings: Thursdays, 7:30 p.m., Interfaith Center
Every week, the Humanist Community at Tufts gathers in the Interfaith Center for a moment towards the end of the week to come together and reflect. Humanist reflection is a group directed conversation: meaning, while… Read MoreRead More
Connect with others in a supportive, thoughtful environment where your experience as a non-religious person, an atheist, a Humanist, or a friend can be explored and celebrated. Read More
Service and Advocacy
Humanist values inspire us to take responsibility for the world around us–join your peers in confronting housing insecurity and homelessness in our shared community. Read More
Explore those bigger questions about the changing world of spirituality in the United States today with experts and advocates from across the country. Read More
Welcome to the Tufts Humanist Chaplaincy!
At the Tufts Humanist Chaplaincy, we support community members who don't identify with traditional religion, but still want the kind of support, resources, and programming the University Chaplaincy offers. The Humanist Chaplain provides individual counseling to members of the Tufts community, no matter their background, and facilitates small groups and larger programs on campus.
The Humanist Community at Tufts (HCAT) is the TCU-affiliated student group connected with the Humanist Chaplaincy. Some members of HCAT would consider themselves non-religious, others would not--the purpose of the community is to be accessible and safe for everyone, especially for those who haven't always felt that way in traditionally religious spaces. HCAT organizes community and service events in collaboration with the Humanist Chaplain throughout the year. Regular meetings are at 7:30 p.m. in the Tufts Interfaith Center.