Global Spiritual Life at NYU is an open, authentic, and vibrant community at the forefront of international conversations on religion and spirituality.
The Yale Humanist Community is dedicated to developing, supporting, and growing a diverse community of Humanists, atheists, agnostics, and the nonreligious at Yale and beyond.
The Humanist Community at Stanford helps students, alumni, and local-area residents build and foster a community of compassionate, reasonable, engaged, and intellectual atheists, humanists, and non-religious students.
Ethical Culture has a long history at Columbia University. The chaplaincy hosts lunches and discussion groups, offers opportunities for community service (for example, volunteering at the NY Society’s homeless shelter), and participates in interfaith activities on campus and off.
The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard (HCH) became the world’s first university-based Humanist Chaplaincy upon its founding in the 1970’s, by former Catholic Priest Tom Ferrick.
The Humanist Chaplaincy at Rutgers became an American Humanist Association chapter in 2011.
The Humanist Chaplaincy at American University, led by Humanist chaplain and rabbi, Binyamin Biber, was recognized and welcomed by the AU Rationalists and Atheists (AURA, an affiliate of the Secular Students Alliance) and by the AU Chaplains Council in October 2011 to serve University students, faculty, and staff who embrace or are exploring a Humanist philosophy of life.