At Babson College, we are dedicated to building a campus community based on religious pluralism.
This approach to interfaith cooperation emphasizes the belief that the common good is best served when each community has a chance to make its unique contribution. Interfaith cooperation relies on three essential components:
- Respect from individual religious or nonreligious identity
- Mutually inspiring relationships
- Common action for the common good
We strive for our campus community to be one of interfaith cooperation and religious pluralism. We set a tone and the expectation that our students may practice their faith with integrity without infringing on the rights of others.
Babson’s Office of Faith and Service provides opportunities for interfaith cooperation in a variety of ways, such as interfaith service opportunities, interfaith lunches and dinners, religious literacy programming, holiday celebrations, and our Faith Zone Ally Training.
Interfaith Ally Training: Tuesday, March 1st 11:30 am-1:00 pm
Islam 101: TBD
Hindu 101: TBD
Catholic 101: TBD