Interfaith Prayer & Meditation Space

Building: D. H. Hill Jr. Library

Floor: Second Floor, East Wing

Rooms: 2108

NC State’s interfaith prayer & meditation rooms are meant to serve and support all students and the holistic wellness of the university community, as scientific evidence demonstrates the significant cognitive and physiological benefits of meditation. The spaces allow individuals of all religious faiths and non-religious beliefs to experience a place for peace, prayer, meditation and/or reflection throughout the day.

The spaces are intended for individual use and not for any organized group activity or meetings. The interfaith prayer and meditation rooms are not reservable and are available for individual students to use whenever the campus building is open.

  •   How do I get there?

    Enter the Hill Library from the Hillsborough St. entrance. Go straight through the gates and turn left. Continue down the hallway until you reach the stairs and elevator. Take the stairs or elevator to the first floor (1U). Continue straight through the lobby and into the Learning Commons. Continue straight until the carpet ends. Turn left down the short hallway. Stairs and an elevator will be on your right. Take them up one level to the second floor. Turn left out of the elevator and stairs. Then turn left and continue down the hallway. The Interfaith Prayer & Meditation Space is the last door on the right.

  •   Who do I contact?