Interfaith Residence Hall

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Interfaith Hall is a living and learning community that seeks to build religious awareness and pluralism both within the hall and in the Northwestern community at large. In its seventh year of existence, Interfaith is one of the few of its kind across the country.

The residents of the hall represent a wide range of religious and philosophical traditions, ranging from Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism to Unification, Atheism, and Agnosticism, to name a few.

Through the efforts of the residents, non-residential members, Chaplain’s office, and University Residential Life, Interfaith Hall has become a hub for interfaith programming on campus. Some notable events include the Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner cosponsored with University Christian Ministry and Muslim-Cultural Students Association, firesides with Northwestern professors and campus clergy, trips to places of worship, the Annual Interfaith Retreat, and community-building social outings to explore Chicago’s religious and cultural life.

Interfaith Hall residents gather for pizza.

Interfaith Hall lives on the top floor of 1835 Hinman.

To find out more, find us on facebook or send us an email