Students visit the SLO Zen Circle and receive instruction
from Zen Priest Mark Shogen Bloodgood.
By gathering together, reaching outward and looking within, we seek to develop an appreciation for religious, spiritual, and cultural diversity with a view towards mutual enrichment. We hope to integrate the spiritual and intellectual dimensions of our lives by engaging in moral and ethical reflection and co-constructing a vision of what we can all contribute to the common good.
The California Polytechnic State University Interfaith community aims to provide loving, liberating, and life-giving programming and sacred space to inspire members of our community as they explore, discover, and deepen their spiritual life.
The Interfaith Campus Council will help create more welcoming and inclusive co-curricular programs and services by creating opportunities to support the religious and spiritual identities of our campus community and to engage across differences through interfaith collaboration.