Interfaith Fellowship at Penn State

Thank you for your interest in the Interfaith Fellowship at Penn State University! The Interfaith Fellowship is a ten week, paid fellowship directed at motivated and community-oriented students from a variety of faith backgrounds. This year, our Interfaith Fellowship curriculum will center around the theme of “Person of Faith on Campus.” Our course has been created, and will be facilitated by clergy and student leaders of the various faiths represented in the Fellowship. Fellowship educators include Deacon Alicia Anderson of Lutheran Student Community, Reverend Sarah Voigt of Wesley Foundation PSU, Reverend Allison Maus of Presbyterian Student Fellowship, Rabbi Rob Gleisser of Penn State Hillel, and representatives of Penn State University’s Muslim Student Association. 

Classes will be held from 5:30 – 7:00pm every Tuesday beginning February 8th and ending the week of April 25th. Classes will meet at the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center. Dinner will be provided at each session. 

If accepted, Fellows are expected to attend a minimum of 8 classes, one prayer service of a faith community that is not their own, and work to create an interfaith program with their Fellowship cohort. Upon completion of this Fellowship program, Fellows will be awarded a $150 stipend. 

Please complete the application below. After submitting your application you will hear from a Fellowship Facilitator to schedule a short interview.