The Interfaith Student Council supports and facilitates activities for students from a variety of backgrounds and faith traditions. The council is a student leadership team drawn from UVU clubs and associations with the aim of advancing interreligious engagement in academics and student life. The university facilitates interaction with scholars and religious leaders to provide students with leadership and diplomacy skills.
Applications are open for the 2016-17 Interfaith Student Council. The deadline is February 15th, 2016. Click on the links below for application information. 
Information Sheet         Application Form

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship:

We are a diverse community of followers of Jesus on campus at UVU, declaring in word and lifestyle our faith in Jesus Christ, equipped to fulfill our purpose in God's global plan. We are college-age men and women who are at once wrestling to become who we are (through school or work or life experience), and connecting with God. You'll probably find people who are in all kinds of stages of both pursuits: self-discovery and God-discovery.Ultimately we want thorough communities of prayer, worship, fellowship (fun), discipleship and mission to transform the university, the marketplace and the world.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship:

The Purpose of InterVarsity at UVU is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God,God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.

Latter-day Saint Student Association:

Latter-Day Saint Student Association provides students with the opportunity to further their religious education while also participating in fun activities. The club is run and operated through students who attend classes at the Orem Institute of Religion. Anyone is welcome to join LDSSA. The LDSSA puts on dances, hosts renown speakers for weekly devotionals, runs service projects and hosts many other activities catered to the students of UVU. Within the club are several committees that focus on specific aspects of activities at the institute.

Saudi Student Association:

The Saudi Student Association provides social activities, educational, cultural, and sports science for members and their families. We help to define various cultural and historical aspects of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, along with helping new students over come the difficulties they face with regard to the study, housing and other items around campus.

Utah Valley Interfaith Club:

The Utah Valley Interfaith Club (UVI) is a student run organization on the Utah Valley University Campus designed to education students regarding the religions of the world and more particularly the religions of Utah Valley.

UVU Pagan Association:

UVU Pagan Association is for everyone who considers themselves to be Pagan, Wiccan, Witch, Psychic and so on. This group/club is organized in order for all of us to learn and grow together.

Other Clubs

  • Catholic Student Club:

  • Hindu Club:

  • Muslim Student Association:

  • Orthodox Student Club:


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