We give thanks for the students who have just finished their course of study with us, and for the faculty, staff, parents, family, and friends who helped to make it happen. The Kay Spiritual Life Center has been an important part of the University's celebration of our graduates.
On Friday, May 12, we conducted our first Interfaith Baccalaureate Service, reflecting on the road behind and praying for our graduates as they head out on the road ahead. You can read the text of our University Chaplain's baccalaureate sermon from that service.
Over Commencement Weekend, our chaplains participated in the graduation ceremonies of our different colleges, offering their prayers of invocation for our graduates.
Join us in lifting up our prayers of celebration, thanksgiving, and blessing for the Class of 2017!
What is the Kay Spiritual Life Center all about? We're an interfaith center, home to two dozen religious communities, and a place for AU students, faculty, and staff to reflect on meaning, find purpose, and build community.
Nominate a student, faculty member, or staff person for one of the Kay Spiritual Life Center Awards for promoting interfaith understanding or for meaningful and constructive engagement with religion in the classroom, the office, the residence hall, or anywhere in University life.
Every week we send out the Weekly Communi-Kay, an email newsletter of programs and events of the University Chaplain's office and of our member communities. Sign up to stay up to date on happenings at Kay.
Support Our Important Work. Help us in our work to help students, faculty, and staff explore meaning, find purpose, and build community. Make a tax-deductible contribution to support the work of the Kay Spiritual Life Center.