ESU has a vibrant interfaith and spirituality program.
Most programs are student organized with staff or faculty as advisers. Organizations range from cultural, spiritual, to ministry focused.
We invite you to explore the various organizations in this site and become involved in one or more of them during your career at ESU. Review our list of campus based organizations.
If you don’t see an organization that matches your spiritual needs, we invite you to create a new organization that does.
In addition to on campus organizations, East Stroudsburg and the surrounding area also has a rich history of religious and spiritual diversity with many places of worship and culture located a short distance from campus. View our list of worship locations.
The ESU Meditation Center is an open center of prayer and reflection. The center is open to people of every faith and to all seeking truth in stillness and friendship. Amid the stress and strain of University life, it is a place where the balance between being and doing can be reset. The Center is a spiritual space where people with or without faith affiliation will find a welcoming point of inner renewal.
The ESU Meditation Center is located in Stroud Hall 321 and is Open 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday.
Feel free to explore the website, and if you have any questions about campus ministry or spirituality feel free to contact either one of the on campus organizations, a local organization or the Office of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence.
- Campus Address
- Reibman Administration Building
- (570) 422-3463
- (570) 422-3410 (Fax)
- Title of Department Leader
- Vice President Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence
- Dr. Santiago Solis