Interfaith Prayer and Mediation Spaces
NC State’s interfaith prayer and meditation rooms are meant to serve and support all students and the holistic wellness of the university community, as scientific evidence demonstrates the significant cognitive and physiological benefits of meditation. The spaces allow individuals of all religious faiths and non-religious beliefs to experience a place for peace, prayer, meditation and/or reflection throughout the day. The spaces are intended for individual use and not for any organized group activity or meetings. The interfaith prayer and meditation rooms are not reservable and are available for individual students to use whenever the campus building is open.
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity has partnered with NC State Libraries and Engineering to accommodate the needs of students. Spaces are set aside for prayer, meditation or quiet reflection by individuals. A few chairs and prayer rugs are available for use. Please review the usage guidelines for the Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Spaces at NC State.
Providing safe, semi-private space for spiritual and religious activities is one of the simplest but most vital forms of support NC State offers its students. To provide comments, suggestions or feedback about this space, please visit go.ncsu.edu/interfaithspace to complete our user survey.
Interfaith prayer and meditation space in D.H. Hill Library, Room 2108.
Interfaith prayer and meditation space on Centennial Campus, Engineering Building II, Room 3001B, third floor.
Interfaith prayer and meditation space on Centennial Campus, Engineering Building II, Room B220, ground floor.
Interfaith prayer and meditation space in Witherspoon Student Center, Room 204, second floor.