Religion students are inducted into Theta Alpha Kappa, the national honor society of religious studies

About Religion at LVC

Through courses in religion, you'll gain insights into the religious dimensions of human experience, cultural beliefs, and practices and become literate in religious traditions.

Collaborate with students and faculty in our English and Art & Visual Culture programs on cutting-edge studies in the humanities and gain the substantive critical thinking and communication skills employers seek.

Be ready to make a positive difference in the world.

Note: Religion will no longer be offered as a major or minor for students entering Fall 2019 and beyond. Courses will be offered at the 100 and 200 levels.

LVC gave me ingredients that have served me well and prepared me for seminary and pastoral ministry: academic experiences with an emphasis on reading, writing, and the liberal arts; and the opportunity to be involved in leadership in Christian communities within a college that welcomes those of all faiths and no faith.

Pastor, Suffern United Methodist Church, Suffern, N.Y.

Rev. Amanda Zelazny Cosnett ’11