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The USU Interfaith Initiative began as a grass-roots effort in the Spring of 2014 to identify resources and to provide tools for sharing authentically about our most closely held religious (or lack-of-religious) commitments, for engaging more productively with those who hold different views than we do and for building community across potential “faith-divides” on our campus. As you browse the links in this section of our website, you will learn more about what we mean by “interfaith cooperation” and why it is so important in a 21st Century world. You will also learn who we are as well as how we are organized. Here is where you can also learn more about our campus culture and climate (including viewing a summary of the nationwide IDEALS survey that we have participated in) as well as how we came to be and how we accomplish our goals.