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Spiritual Resources

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Spiritual Resources

Spiritual wellness encompasses you finding the meaning and purpose of living, which can often include faith, beliefs, morals, and ethics. The resources below are here to help you foster that meaning finding.

 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

In order to embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and move this work forward at Purdue University Fort Wayne we must:

  • Foster collaborative strategies. Find ways to partner across campus to increase diversity, ensure inclusivity, and share strategies that bring about equity for all.
  • Openness to varied ideas. Be open to a varied of innovative and different ideas that contributes intentionally to our university strategic plan.
  • Realistic strategy building. Always aiming for the sky; consider that realistic strategy building is more productive to the success of DEI at Purdue Fort Wayne. "Never win the battle to lose the war."
  • Willingness to learn, grow, and ACT together.
  • Align mission/vision to all DEI work.
  • Role model change.
  • Determined to remove systemic barriers.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Website

 

Office of Student Conduct and Care

The Office of Student Conduct and Care is a critical resource for students, faculty, and staff, providing proactive and reactive education and outreach, assisting in conflict resolution, and advancing the holistic development and well-being of students. Caring and supportive professional staff promote accountability, integrity, and respect and provide a safe space where students can be heard.

Office of Student Conduct and Care Website

 

Q Center

"All young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential." – Harvey Milk.

The Q Center is committed to the work of building this learning environment for LGBTQIA+ students, creating spaces for connection and community, and equipping faculty and staff with the necessary tools to be effective allies in the quest for equity and acceptance.

Q Center Website

 

Student Life

College is an exciting time in your life. You meet new friends. You gain new experiences. You set the stage for success in life. Student Life is here to help you do all these things and more. We want to create an atmosphere for you where you are supported, listened to, and respected.

That’s why we have designed all our programs and events with you in mind. We want to supplement your academic experience with challenging and stimulating experiences, the kind that will foster your mind, body, and spirit. Remember that we are here for you to help provide a satisfying college experience—one that sets you up for success.

Student Life Website

 

Office of Student Leadership

Take the time to learn about yourself and others with Student Leadership Programs! We work to explore and develop their capacity to lead, communicate, and appreciate difference. Engagement with student leadership programs will help students prepare to step into the world as leaders in their careers and communities. We offer off-campus retreats as well as numerous on-campus workshops for students to engage and build their leadership skills!

Office of Student Leadership Website

 

The Multicultural Center 

The Multicultural Center at Purdue Fort Wayne is committed to the engagement, retention, and graduation of students of color. We embrace intersecting differences, advocate for social justice, and cultivate a campus climate that values all individuals.

The Multicultural Center Website

 

Walter E. Helmke Library

The Helmke Library maintains a diverse collection of materials on all faiths so that anyone interested in exploring beliefs can do so in a safe and judgement free environment. We even provide free interlibrary loan if there’s a text you’d like to read that we do not currently have. All faiths are welcome in our building and curiosity is encouraged. 

Walter E. Helmke Library Website