The Interfaith Campus Council consists of student officers from all faith-based clubs and organizations, as well as members of structured partnerships with local Central Coast faith communities that coordinate and provide staff or volunteers for various college ministries spanning across major world faith traditions. The campus chaplains nurture the spiritual and ethical lives of students, faculty, and staff and help them to engage across differences with other communities. Each chaplain listed below works to uphold the ethical framework of the Interfaith Campus Council and honors religious freedom, human dignity, conscience, personal spiritual welfare, and the religious and spiritual traditions of every person to whom they minister.
“Joy does not simply happen to us. We have to choose joy and keep choosing it every day.”
- Henry Nouwen
(805) 756 - 7625
BRADLEY KYKER (He/Him/His)
Chair for the Interfaith Campus Council
Bradley serves as the senior coordinator for the Center for Service in Action at Cal Poly, where he manages all community-based service-learning placements and global service project trips. In addition, Bradley has been a member of the Interfaith Campus Council since 2017, and chairs the quarterly gatherings. Bradley is passionate about engaging and partnering with local faith communities to benefit students.
A singer since childhood, Bradley has sung with many local choral programs, including the San Luis Obispo Master Chorale and OperaSLO.
MS in Counseling for Student Development in Higher Education, CSU Long Beach
BS in Human Developmental Psychology, Cal Poly