Religious Life Organizations

The University of Evansville's Religious Life Department offers support and guidance throughout these challenging, important years. This page outlines just a few of the opportunities for your spiritual development here at UE. Worship services, small group experiences, and pastoral care opportunities are offered in the sincere hope that you might find a place to grow spiritually during your time at the University of Evansville.

So as your mind is challenged to explore and expand, give your heart a stretch, too.


Hillel is the community for Jewish life on campus, providing students the opportunity to explore their Jewish identity and gain leadership experience. We host various cultural events, as well as educational opportunities for the entire campus. For more information, visit

Advisor: Dr. Valerie Stein (")
Contact: Jackie Kossoff (

Muslim Student Association

The Muslim Student Association offers fellowship, support and growth opportunities for Muslim students.

Advisor: Dr. Mohammad K. Azarian (
Contact: Kareem M. El-Khodary (

Neu Chapel Interns

Neu Chapel Interns are a select group of students who assist in planning and conducting university worship as well as developing other aspects of the Religious Life Program.

Newman Center Catholic Campus Ministry

Newman Center Catholic Campus Ministry takes its name from Blessed John Henry Newman. Cardinal Newman believed Catholic students should strive to integrate their faith with their education by staying connected to one another and the Gospel in the pursuit of truth. This campus ministry outreach of the Catholic Diocese of Evansville is located at 1901 Lincoln Avenue, across the street from the Koch Center for Engineering and Science. Mass is celebrated each Sunday in Neu Chapel at 1:00 p.m. The Newman Center hosts a weekly dinner program on Wednesdays from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Contact: Jenny Koch (

Student Christian Fellowship

Student Christian Fellowship We dream for students to see afresh the beauty of Jesus and live out His amazing destiny for our lives. SCF’s heartbeat is to make disciples of Jesus who impact campus, community and nations. Our weekly gathering happens Fridays at 6:30 in the basement of Neu Chapel. Learn more at

Contact: Stephen Weinzapfel (

Young Life

Young Life is a college-age/adult-led ministry directed at high school and middle school students in order to present them with the Gospel message.

Advisor: Kenton Hargis (
Contact: Kelly Moy (

Office Phone:

Office Location:
Neu Chapel