Albright College, a United Methodist-related school, supports and encourages the exploration of religion, faith and moral values as part of becoming liberally educated. The cardinal virtues of respect, openness and tolerance are considered essential ingredients in any dialogue about the meaning and significance of the various religious traditions.
Through the Chaplain's Office, the College seeks to provide opportunities in which students can reflect upon religious and moral questions and issues. In addition to the work of the Chaplain's Office, student religious groups representing the Jewish, Protestant and Catholic traditions offer a variety of means through which students can explore personal and social issues of faith. Weekly Protestant and Catholic worship services are offered on campus for students and other members of the College community. The Chaplain also is available for student counseling on personal and religious concerns.