Wondering how you’ll make forever friends and grow your faith in college? Join an InterVarsity community on your campus!
By filling out this form, another student or a campus minister will contact you to welcome you into a community at your school where you can explore God and make new friends!
InterVarsity is where you can find your forever friends. We're a diverse community of college students on campuses across the country who don't have it all together but are learning how to grow in our love for God and for people. We want to share the love of Jesus with our friends and become who God made us to be.
We’re on over 700 college campuses across the country, including public and private universities, community colleges, HBCUs, and more!
We’re a community of students and faculty that engage in:
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I FILL OUT MY CONTACT INFORMATION?
You’ll get to talk to a real person! A student or campus minister from your school or area will get in touch with you within a couple of weeks to help get you involved.
What does being a part of InterVarsity look like?
Everything we do is centered around Scripture. A normal week for InterVarsity students usually looks like going to small group Bible studies in dorms or apartments, meeting together for a worship service (most InterVarsity communities call them “large group”), sparking spiritual conversations with others on campus, and getting a meal or hanging out together. Basically, we live life together on campus!
I’VE ALREADY LED IN MY YOUTH GROUP. WHAT IF I’M READY TO LEAD ON MY CAMPUS OR START A MOVEMENT?
Great! Most InterVarsity chapters are majority student led. Campus ministers help train and mentor us, and we lead our ministry’s meetings and events on campus ourselves! There are also people who can train you to start something new on your campus or corner of campus if there’s not already an InterVarsity community there.
ARE THERE INTERVARSITY COMMUNITIES FOR PEOPLE OF SIMILAR BACKGROUNDS OR INTERESTS?
Yes! Something special about InterVarsity is that many of our campuses have communities for students of particular ethnicities and affinity groups, from Black and Asian American students, athletes, sorority and fraternity students, and lots more! We want you to find friends who you can be yourself with, who understand your experiences, and who care about what you care about.