Inter-faith Living and Learning Center

The Dartmouth Inter-faith Living and Learning Community (IFLLC) seeks to bring students from a diversity of religious and moral traditions, ranging from the breadth of the world's religious traditions to agnostics, seekers, humanists and the "spiritual but not religious."  The group will make a commitment to the experience of living together and learning from one another.  There will be many informal opportunities for conversation, participation and listening as well as weekly structured discussion.  By building spiritual and philosophical understanding in an ongoing and relaxed setting, participants will have the opportunity to develop lasting relationships across faith lines.  The IFLLC will further Dartmouth's commitment to religious diversity and support the ongoing creation of a friendly environment for faith exploration. Inquiries about the program can be addressed to at the Tucker Foundation.

Last updated on May 17 by Jason A. Laster