Reflection Spaces

NDSU students, staff, and faculty come from all over the world and represent the wide variety of ethnic, ideologic, and philosophic backgrounds that make our university community a vibrant place to live and learn. We recognize that there are many facets of life outside the classroom that impact everyone’s well-being.

The following spaces are available to NDSU faculty, staff, and students for reflection, meditation, prayer, or quiet rejuvenation: 

The use of these spaces requires respect of all faiths, spiritual beliefs, and practices. So that all enter these spaces with common expectations, here are guidelines to help ensure a peaceful and safe experience for all: 

  • Use is restricted to the purposes of reflection, meditation, prayer, or quiet disengagement; 
  • Activities must be in compliance with Policy 153: Smoke-Free Facilities (Section 6);  
  • Please be mindful of loud noise, including conversation, music, singing, or audible chanting;  
  • Any form of solicitation is prohibited; 
  • Religious iconography/pamphlets may not be left;  
  • Use of electronic devices is prohibited. Please turn off phones before entering and do not text; 
  • Please limit your stay to 30 minutes if others are waiting; 
  • Please leave the room as you found it;  
  • Violation of these requirements may result in restricting individuals from the spaces. 

Please contact us for additional information, questions, or other alternatives at:  
Equal Opportunity and Title IX Compliance Office 
Old Main 201
NDSU Main Campus 
Fargo, ND 58108
701-231-7708 
ndsu.eoaa@ndsu.edu 

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