Religion, Spirituality, and Faith

ASUM-Recognized Student Groups

For the most up to date contact information for the student groups listed below, please visit the ASUM Student Group Listing.

Catholic Campus Ministry

Purpose: To empower UM Students to become missionary disciples of Jesus Christ through exploration, inquiry, renewal, and celebration of our faith, all within a loving and engaging faith community.

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship

Purpose: To enhance the spiritual life of UM students by providing opportunities for friendship, worship, training, service missions, and prayer

Cru

Purpose: Provide resources and activities that allow interested students to explore, study, and grow in Christian faith, while caring for and benefiting the University as a whole.

Emmaus Campus Ministry

Purpose: An open, accepting place for students to live their faith through community, dialogue, and service.

Grizzly Christian Fellowship

Purpose: A Christian Student Group, dedicated to exploring the gospel and helping each other live out its value.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Purpose: To establish and advance a community of students growing in love for God's word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, God's purposes, and simply God.

Judaism - UM Hillel

Rabbi Mark Kula, Campus Rabbi, offers Jewish affinity connections and awareness for Jewish and non-Jewish students and faculty, with opportunities for engagement via programs, learning, individual meetings, and pastoral counseling throughout UM. Please sign up at the University of Montana Hillel Facebook.  Or Contact Rabbi Kula at rabbimarkkula@gmail.com

Latter-Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)

Purpose: The LDSSA is established by the Missoula Institution of Religion to help student attending college or university to have a balanced secular and spiritual education

Simple Truth

Purpose: To know God and make God known.

Young Life

Purpose: To establish a place and community where UM students can laugh, bond, and create memories while we explore what we believe about God