MFC is a welcoming and inclusive community representing many religious and nonreligious traditions. We are dedicated to fostering intentional interfaith dialogue and constructive engagement with internal and external conflict. We strive to create a campus-wide culture of understanding through sharing the diverse moral, ethical, spiritual, religious, and political views of Wellesley College students.

The Multifaith Student Council (MFC) is a welcoming and inclusive community representing many religious and non-religious traditions. The MFC is dedicated to fostering intentional interfaith dialogue and constructive engagement with internal and external conflict. The Council strives to create a campus-wide culture of understanding through sharing diverse moral, ethical, spiritual, religious and political views of Wellesley College students and through facilitating community conversations.

The MFC aims to:

·        Build Relationships (both internally among MFC members and externally with other cultural organizations)

·        Share diverse spiritual and religious traditions with each other and the wider campus.

·        Host courageous conversations by gathering the community for dialogue and conversation in times of crisis.

The Multifaith Council meets on Wednesdays at 12:45 PM in the Multifaith Center Main Room. If you are interested in joining, please contact Dean Steinwert at tsteinwe@wellesley.edu