Students Find Fellowship in Faith

Tulane students can find a place for prayer and fellowship in faith with programs facilitated by the Tulane Religious Life staff. View the video of the Rev. Matthew DeGier discussing the mission of the coalition.

Staff members of Tulane Religious Life strive to create a nurturing environment for the Tulane students. Learn about these programs in this video produced by Alicia Duplessis Jasmin.

"The largest groups as far as membership are the Hillel, the Chabad and the Catholic Center," says DeGier, co-chair of Tulane Religious Life and member of Chi Alpha Campus Ministries. "Twenty-five to 30 percent of Tulane students are of Jewish background and 50 to 60 percent of the students have some type of Christian tradition."

Tulane Religious Life helps religious organizations coordinate and promote religious activities on and around campus. Counseling also is available to students.