What is Spiritual Wellness?
Spiritual Wellness is taking the time to stop doing and start being. For some, spiritual wellness means participating in organized religion but for others, spirituality comes through mindfulness, connection to nature, or other reflective moments and activities. Spiritual wellness is personal and can be described differently by each person but generally relates to one’s sense of purpose, life’s meaning, our relationship with other people, self-awareness, and connectedness.
Spirituality at The University of Tampa
Although the University is independent and non-sectarian, religious/spiritual beliefs and practices are highly respected and encouraged. All spiritual organizations and local community partners that wish to be involved at the University must be partnered with a Registered Student Organization and abide by The University of Tampa's Spiritual Agreement of Mutual Respect and Understanding.
To request specific needs concerning faith, values and/or spirituality, please submit a request below. Wellness Services will respond to your request within three business days.
Normal Hours of Operation:
Monday–Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Summer Hours of Operation:
Monday–Thursday 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.