“As a nominal believer, I attended Urbana '76 and was introduced to inductive Bible Study, and expository teaching. Came to an understanding of the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and a life of discipleship and service in the Church. The biggest impact on my college years and most of my adult years is Cedar Campus - the teaching and deep friendships, and worship.”
For more than 75 years, InterVarsity has had a vital presence on hundreds of college campuses, courageously proclaiming Jesus as Lord, seeking his kingdom, and engaging in discipleship around Scripture.
Draw people to Jesus as Savior and Lord
Teach students to respond to God’s Word
Engage people of all cultures and ethnicities
Encourage service to God’s purposes in the world
Students and faculty decide to follow Christ every month
Chapters on 770 campuses
International students involved
World changers developed as followers of Jesus
The majority of young people today are not fans of church. Only 1 in 5 says attending church is very important to them.
You can reach them by investing in campus ministry, bringing a student-led gospel presence to every corner of every campus.
For eight consecutive years, InterVarsity has been awarded 4 stars (in a 4-star rating system) by Charity Navigator, a nonprofit rating organization. This rating recognizes InterVarsity's strong fiscal management, and is based on InterVarsity's program stability and low fundraising expenses.
InterVarsity pledges financial accountability through our charter membership in the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). The ECFA seal assures donors that their gifts will always be used appropriately for InterVarsity's ministry.
"Only 3 percent of the charities we evaluate have received at least eight consecutive 4-star evaluations, indicating that InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA outperforms most other charities in America.
This exceptional designation from Charity Navigator sets InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA apart from its peers and demonstrates to the public its trustworthiness."
—Michael Thatcher, President, Charity Navigator