Religion and Spirituality Interest Clubs and Organizations

Whitman has many clubs and organizations that allow people to deepen or explore their faith or interest in various religious groups and beliefs.  

Check out some of our religion and spiritual interest clubs and organizations below or visit the Office of Spiritual Life for more information about spirituality at Whitman.

  • Catholics on Campus

    Catholics on Campus is currently inactive. Contact the Student Activities Office (curleske@whitman.edu) if you would like to activate this club.

  • Hillel Shalom

    Hillel-Shalom encourages understanding of and pride in the Jewish heritage and provides a forum of support for the religious and cultural needs of Jewish members.

  • Muslim Student Association

    Muslim Student Association (MSA) promotes an educational and informative outlook on Islam and to dissipate misconception on Islamic practice.

  • Namaste Meditation Club

    Namaste Meditation Club's mission is to bring together members of the Whitman community who have an interest in meditation and bring more mindfulness to daily life.

  • Unitarian Universalist Community

    Unitarian Universalist Community is currently inactive. Contact the Student Activities Office (curleske@whitman.edu) if you would like to activate this club.

  • Whitman Christian Fellowship

    Whitman Christian Fellowship is a group of Whitman students of diverse spiritual backgrounds seeking to learn about and act on the teachings and example of Jesus on campus at Whitman and in every area of our lives.

  • Whitman College Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics

    Whitman College Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics is a campus group for nonbelievers in the community, as well as anyone who is interested in secularism, humanism, or critical thought.