Whether you belong to an established religion or faith tradition or are just beginning to explore what spirituality might mean for you, Spiritual Life at Hampshire will help support and inspire you in your journey.
Who We Are
Our spiritual advisors work closely with students, staff, and faculty, offering confidential spiritual counseling and support. We help connect you to the resources you seek, on and off campus.
What We Do
Here at Hampshire, we believe that spiritual well-being is a key component of holistic wellness, and integrally connected to social justice. Our Spiritual Life office strives to offer programs that enable our students to explore these connections while engaging our community in vital questions of meaning, purpose, and how we live in the world.
This involves actively promoting a balance of mind, body, and spirit through student and staff-led meditation and mindfulness programs and collaborations with our Wellness Center and other offices on campus. We also work hard to build bridges across differences, recognizing and enhancing the rich diversity of our community through the celebration of many spiritual traditions and the facilitation of vibrant multifaith dialogues.
Hours: Monday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday 10 a.m.-noon, Wednesday 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
- The Spiritual Life Center at Greenwich Donut 5 will be available by appointment only (maximum occupancy: 10).
- The Enfield prayer room will be open for private prayer purposes only.
- The kosher kitchen will be available for individual use by arrangement only.
Connect with us!
Visit our Facebook page and subscribe to our listserv to learn more about our current programs. Have a question about programming or access? Contact Intercultural Community Advisor Syma Sheikh by email at ssSLC@hampshire.edu.
More Community Advocacy, Prevention and Education, and Safety
The Wellness Center is a component of the Campus Safety and Wellbeing department and is staffed primarily by the department's Health and Wellbeing Advocate Staff. Our approach to wellness is firmly rooted in harm reduction, and we support wellness in many forms, including social, emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual, and occupational.
The Center for Feminisms (CFF) strives to work towards an actively anti-sexist campus, prioritizing anti-sexist programming on campus and providing programs that deal with other forms of oppression.
The Center offers a range of programming, as well as a space for multicultural community building, individual expression, leadership fostering,
Whether you belong to an established religion or faith tradition or are just beginning to explore what spirituality might mean for you, Spiritual Life will help support and inspire you in your journey.
The Center strives to support a vibrant and intentional LGBTQ+ community by offering support and affirmation around gender, sexuality, and intersecting identities.