Quiet rooms for meditation and prayer.
You’re welcome to use special rooms on campus reserved for prayer and meditation. These rooms are for reflection and calm. They are non-sectarian and can be used by up to four people at a time. There is minimal seating and ample quiet, conducive for meditation and decompression.
Student Union, third floor across from elevator. Drop in – no reservations or keys required.
Building 5, Room 214. You will need to provide a current student ID card and obtain a key. To reserve the room, check with the Information Desk in Building 5.
Administration Hall 410. Room can accommodate up to three people. Drop in – no reservation or keys required. Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm.
Mount Tabor 151a. Room can accommodate one person. Drop in – no reservation or keys required. Hours: Mon-Fri, 7am-10pm and Sat, 8am-5pm.
Communication Technology Building, Room 122. Drop in – no reservation or keys required.
Quiet room usage
- Yes: Interfaith prayer
- Yes: Meditation
- Yes: Reflection
- Yes: Quiet expression of your personal spiritual identity
- No: No food or drink
- No: No incense or candles
- No: Do not leave any personal items or literature
- No: Do not use as a lounge, study room, or meeting room