Center for Faith and Vocation
The Center for Faith and Vocation (CFV), located in the Blue House, seeks to provide opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to reflect on their own passions and how to connect the life they lead to a sense of purpose and meaning. We create opportunities to reflect and discern the kind of contribution you hope to make with your life’s work.
In addition to vocational exploration, the CFV is the center of community for religious life on campus. We are committed to supporting the full landscape of multi-faith, spiritual, and questioning communities at Butler.
Whether you are a person of faith, a devout questioner, or someone who is hoping to use the college experience as an exploration of your own passions, you are welcome at the CFV. Come visit us and begin your journey to discovering a life of purpose, meaning, and contribution.
Through campus-wide collaborations with the CFV, Butler has become a campus community that confidently builds lives of purpose, meaning and contribution. Butler students—regardless of their faith perspective—learn to honor their deepest convictions and respect the same in one another as part of the lifelong journey of discovery.
The Center for Faith and Vocation provides a place where students at Butler University discover lives of purpose, meaning, and contribution (vocation) by using tools of reflection and engaging in spiritual questions—no matter what their faith, doubts or philosophies may be.