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Religious Life      

Lane College has a longstanding and rich religious heritage. Its religious programs are dedicated to enriching the living/learning experience and providing a spiritual life program that integrates faith and learning and fosters spiritual development. The College believes that spiritual growth is an important part of the development of the individual. Religious life at the College is viewed as a quality-filled experience, rather than a specific and narrow range of separate activities. Religious programs of learning, worship, and service have the purpose of illuminating life and making life more meaningful.

College Assembly/Chapel is held every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. Students, faculty, staff, and administrators are encouraged to participate in an hour of spiritual uplift. A program observed annually is Religious Emphasis Week. The Office of Student Affairs coordinates the program. While the College is affiliated with the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the College makes no attempt to impose specific denominational views upon students, faculty, or staff.

All students are required to attend a minimum of ten (10) College Assembly/Chapel services per semester. Students failing to meet this requirement may not be permitted to graduate until the requirement has been met.

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