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UNF Campus Chaplain Program 

The Interfaith Center Campus Chaplains Program is comprised of voluntary workers from religious, spiritual, and philosophical traditions who are committed to the central role that religion, spirituality, and philosophy play in the development of whole human beings and healthy communities.


Campus Chaplains serve as a resource to the UNF community by:  


  • Nourishing religious, spiritual and personal growth; 
  • Supporting the religious, spiritual and philosophical needs of the campus community in time of need; 
  • Advocating for the religious, spiritual, philosophical and ethical dimensions of university life; 
  • Representing one's own community and its purposes with honesty and integrity while treating other theological, spiritual and philosophical traditions and perspectives with respect; and 
  • Safeguarding the religious/spiritual/philosophical freedom, human dignity and personal conscience of all individuals in the course of their campus activities.  


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    Amrita-keli Dasi

    Krishna Club



    Affiliation: Hare Krishna


    Krishna Club is a community of UNF students who seek growth in spiritual life, relationships and joy. This community is for everyone, is not sectarian, and is driven to provide a safe and inspiring space to explore your personal spiritual life, hang out with friends, have a good meal, or to simply observe. Discover our campus and local events on our Facebook page Jax Krishnas.


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    Tommy Park

    RUF at UNF



    RUF at UNF is a campus ministry on the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL. Our desire is to connect students to Jesus Christ and His church.


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    Jordan Poole

    Chets College Ministry



    Affiliation: Christian – Southern Baptist


    Chets College Ministry is a community that seeks Jesus through the Bible for salvation, grows more like Christ together and lives on mission daily for God’s glory. CCM is based out of Chets Creek Church located at 4420 Hodges Blvd. Chets College Ministry belongs to the Southern Baptist Convention but seeks to be in community with all people regardless of their background. 

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    Andrew Roberts

    The Awakening



    Affiliation: Christian: non-denominational


    The Awakening's heartbeat is to reach the next generation of leaders at UNF with the gospel and equip them to be mature and missional followers of Jesus Christ. We have a large group meeting and smaller Bible studies - simple. Jesus. Fun. We also like to meet up for fun stuff like hiking, camping and eating.