The University of Southern California is one of the most religiously diverse campuses in the U.S., reflecting the diversity of Los Angeles. In fact, USC has more religious, spiritual and ethical students groups on campus than any other university in the world. The Religion & Spirituality community embraces this remarkable diversity as a means for students to grow both academically and spiritually. Students who represent the diversity of religious traditions and ethical worldviews are invited to live in an intentional community of interfaith engagement and spiritual exploration. Residents will have an opportunity to collaborate with the Interfaith Council, and to SoulJourn across Los Angeles, visiting the various religious sites near campus: mosques, Hindu temples, Sikh gudwaras, synagogues and more.