As a community engaged institution, UVU is building partnerships with local organizations that cultivate understanding across religious boundaries and further the mission of the university. The initiatives below are partnerships currently underway connection UVU students, faculty and staff with these important community resources.

Bradley Center for Grieving Children & Families

The Bradley Center facilitates age based peer group support for those suffering loss through the death of a loved one. The Center is working in partnership with UVU's Community & Continuing Education programs and has begun preparations for support groups in the forthcoming Community Engagement Center. click here for more information on the Bradley Center

Foundation for Religious Diplomacy

The Foundation for Religious Diplomacy is an organization designed to build trust between religious communities through the healthy exchange of ideas and convictions. UVU co-sponsors events with FRD provides student internships to the foundation to work on research and dialogue activities with various faith communities. click here for more information on FRD

Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy

The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy hosts educators, scholars, journalists, religious leaders, and others in collaboration with the International Visitor Leader Program sponsored by the U.S. State Department. UVU hosts groups with particular interest in religious culture and diversity and how the study of religions functions in higher education. During the 2012-13 school-year, the university hosted governmental and religious visitors from Iraq, Canada, Africa, and Syria. click here for more information on the UCCD

Utah Valley Interfaith

Utah Valley Interfaith is a student led organization that provides information on local religious communities and facilitates charitable and service activities across the region. The group advocates for religious freedom and provides leadership in applying the Golden Rule across faith communities. click here for more information on the UVI

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