Student chaplains are student leaders serving the EMU campus community in focused faith and spiritual life roles. They can focus on worship, service, interfaith, sustainability, diversity, equity, inclusion, peacebuilding, community, or wellness. Student chaplains meet regularly with the university chaplain and are paid with university work-program funds.
If interested, complete this student chaplain application form. The application deadline is the final day of February or until the positions are filled.
Student Chaplain Assistants
Student chaplain assistants are students who volunteer to assist student chaplains as part of the faith and spiritual life team. They might also assist with faith and spiritual life clubs like Y-Serve, Celebration (praise worship), Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Alpha-Omega Dancers for Christ, Hymn Sing, and the Gospel Choir or develop their own connections through prayer, encouragement, Bible study, and relationship building wherever they are living.
If interested, complete this student chaplain assistant application form. These applications are accepted anytime.
The office of faith and spiritual life provides resources for use by student chaplains and any others for Bible studies, small groups, events, and retreats. Books, hymnals, games, DVDs and supplies are categorized and shelved according to subject and can be signed out from the Student Life Suite in University Commons.