- Is Willamette a "Christian College"?
- What religious traditions are represented on campus?
- Are there chapel services?
- What about local houses of worship?
- How can I get further information?
1. Is Willamette a "Christian College"?
Though Willamette University began as a Methodist University and still has connections to the Methodist church- there is not religious affiliation requirement or doctrinal uniformity condition for admission, attendance, or employment.
2. What religious traditions are represented on campus?
There are multiple student-run religious organizations on campus. Visit Student Religious Organizations page for more information. All religious and spiritual traditions and practices are welcomed and respected at Willamette University.
3. Are there chapel services?
Services in Cone Chapel are held on an occasional and seasonal basis. Cone Chapel is used frequently for private prayer, meditation, memorial services, music recitals, and for convocations.
4. What about local houses of worship?
Salem's religious communities welcome Willamette students! Here is a list of a variety of sacred places in the Salem/Keizer area.
5. How can I get further information?
You can contact the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life by visiting the second floor of the Putnam University Center, calling 503-370-6213, or email.