Religious Workers’ Association

Religious Workers' Association

The Religious Workers Association (RWA) at UIC is comprised of campus groups and foundations with professional staff committed to serving students’ religious and spiritual needs in an open, non-proselytizing environment.

For information on religious groups and activities not represented by RWA please see the list of
UIC registered student organizations.

The St. John Paul II Newman Center

The John Paul II Newman Center is the Catholic presence on UIC’s campus. We offer a variety of spiritual, social, educational and service programming for individuals and groups. We are a resource for all students, particularly the Catholic community at UIC. All are welcome! #CatholicFlames

John Paul II Newman Center
700 S. Morgan Street
(312) 226-1880
Social Media: @jp2newman

The Inclusive Collective (Formerly Agape House)

Our ministry is not perfect, but we’re striving to create a relevant, honest, safe, and truly INCLUSIVE faith community at UIC. Check us out, no matter who you are – LGBTQ and Straight, Liberal and Conservative, Believer and Doubter, Freshman and Grad Student – all are welcome and loved here. 
(601) 810-2100

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational Christian fellowship of students striving to be a witnessing community on campus; a place to learn about and participate in who God is and what He’s doing in our personal lives, on campus, and in the world. Whether a committed Christian or simply someone who wants to know more, we have a place for you!

InterVaristy Christian Fellowship
(317) 366-4571

Levine Hillel Center

Levine Hillel Center is the hub of Jewish life at UIC. Run by the Jewish Student Board, through Hillel students from diverse backgrounds and affiliations come together for social events, holiday celebrations, Shabbat dinners, political and social activism, Jewish education and more! The Hillel building is a great place to hang out, meet new people, get a kosher snack or even study! “Explore your Jewish identity for the present and future.”

Levine Hillel Center
924 S. Morgan St.
(312) 829-1595


Chabad at UIC is a home where all are welcome, regardless of background and affiliation. It is a Jewish student organization that provides educational, social, and recreational programming for students and faculty. It is a space where students socialize in a comfortable home-like setting with great friends, superb food, and stimulating discussion. It is a center for prayer and study, where students can gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of their Jewish heritage.

1074 W. Polk St.
(312) 733-1383

International Friends

International Friends is a Christian Fellowship that exists to share Christ’s love with international students & scholars. We work with local churches & others to serve this community. We offer monthly recreational events, weekly bible studies, English Conversation and Leadership Training classes. This community is open to anyone regardless of faith, ethnicity, philosophy, or religious background.

International Friends
(312) 532-0816

Chicago Navigators

Navigators advance the Good News of Jesus and His Kingdom in the mosaic of Chicago and the world through spiritual generations of laborers, ordinary people embracing authenticity, justice, reconciliation, and grace.

Chicago Navigators
(803) 394-2368

UIC Campus Outreach

Campus Outreach is a ministry built on relationships. It is through these life-on-life relationships that college students come to know Christ, mature in their relationship with Him, and share their lives and faith with others through discipleship.

Campus Outreach
757 W. 14th Street Chicago IL 60607
(314) 249-6867

Sikh Student Association

The Sikh Student Association is an organization based on the Sikh faith, with a mission to educate the UIC community on Sikh values, as well as emphasize service to the community. We are open to all students, regardless of religious affiliation. We hope that you join us in our journey to raise awareness of the 5th largest religion in the world, and connect through comprehensive community building, Sikh activism, and community service.

Sikh Student Association
Social Media: @UICSSA

Hindu Student Council

The Hindu Student Council’s goal is to bring awareness and understanding of Hinduism to UIC’s general student body population.

Hindu Student Council
Social Media: @hsc.uic