On-Campus Religious & Spiritual Life
Religious literacy, social responsibility, soul care, interfaith, intercultural exchange—these are critical to not only your wellbeing but your growth as a human.
As an institution, Babson does not have any religious affiliation and welcomes all faiths, all cultures, and all traditions. Being surrounded by diverse religious cultures allows you to exchange ideas and develop interfaith relationships that enable you to appreciate religious tolerance and celebrate religious freedom.
Along with our campus locations, Wellesley and surrounding cities and towns have places of worship not affiliated with Babson that span religions and denominations. We encourage all our students to seek out the spiritual support and community they need.
Glavin Family Chapel
Overlooking the woods around campus, the light-filled Glavin Family Chapel is the center of undergraduate religious and spiritual life at Babson. You’ll find quiet and calm within the chapel’s walls whether you want to practice your faith, seek inspiration and guidance, or find peace in the quiet of a sacred place.
Multifaith Programs & Events
On campus, you’ll find multifaith programs and events, spiritual guidance, faith formation, and leadership workshops that allow you to explore, grow, and support your faith and spiritual life.