Religious Life

Lydia Moss Bradley founded Bradley University as a nonsectarian, private institution and in the charter stipulated for the development of “the principles of morality and right living.” Throughout its history, the University has provided its students opportunities conducive to the development of character, morality and high principles, which are carried out through student organizations representing diverse religions, student activities and programming, and numerous academic programs.

Bradley strives to support the religious beliefs and pursuits of all members of the University community, regardless of their tradition. Religious resources are available through the Division of Student Affairs to all who seek them. Questions about religious life at Bradley may be directed to the Student Activities Office.