As a B-CU student you’ll find that Director of Religious Life / University Chaplain Rev. Kenya Lovell has an open door and a caring outlook. What can you expect to find at the Chaplaincy? You’ll experience an extraordinary place that’s welcoming to all – regardless of race, culture, religion, sexual orientation, sexual identity, socio-economic status or ability. Students say it’s a safe haven, a place to get away, a place to clear your mind and get focus. You’re valued for who you are. 

The Chaplaincy Department serves the entire B-CU community with a ministry of care and compassion, providing support services for students, faculty and staff to develop their spiritual lives. There are more than 400 faith-based programs, activities and worship services each year at B-CU. The Department also promotes ecumenical and interfaith cooperation.