The Religious Life Council is an undergraduate fellowship of students who are committed to fostering conversation between people of all faiths and beliefs at Princeton and in the intercollegiate sphere to increase appreciation of diversity at Princeton and to encourage students’ own search for meaning. We hold weekly members-only discussions on the intersections of religion and society, as well as public programs including Performing the Sacred, Interfaith Thanksgiving, Interfaith Day of Service, and public lectures. In addition, we partner with the residential colleges, student groups, university administration, and academic offices on campus to encourage student participation in matters of religion, spirituality, and meaning at Princeton.

All interested freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are encouraged to apply; applications go live each November and are due in mid-December. All accepted students commit to our annual Intersession retreat, weekly discussion programs and planning thereof, and a September mini-retreat.