Campus Prayer and Reflection Spaces
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) offers several Campus Prayer and Reflection Spaces for your spiritual practice, prayer, reflection, meditation, or wellness needs.
Collegiate Religious Center
Located at 19 Schussler Road
Center for Well-Being
Located on the first floor of Daniels Hall
East Hall Prayer Room
Located on the first floor of East Hall
Gordon C. Library Reflection Space
Located on the first floor of the Gordon Library
Adam El-Khishin Meditation Area
Located behind Higgins House
Olin Hall (OH 126) - Spring 2024
Located on the first floor of Olin Hall.
Campus Prayer, Meditation, and Reflection Spaces
Prayer and Reflection Spaces
Collegiate Religious Center | Located at 19 Schussler Road the College Religious Center (CRC) offers several private and public spaces for meetings, prayer, meditation, reflection, and other spiritual practices. The CRC also features a number of religious diversity resources including books, sacred texts of the major faith traditions, community resources, and other educational resources.
Multifaith Prayer Space - Room 201 (2nd Level)
Multifaith Conference Room - Room 202 (2nd Level)
Islamic Prayer Space - Room 203 (2nd Level)
Meditation and Reflection Spaces
Center for Well-Being | Located in Daniels Hall the Center for Well-being (CWB) offers spaces to gather, relax, reflect, and recharge. The Center offers a beautiful and supportive oasis of calm and peace with community spaces for popping in for a wellness break and cup of tea, quiet spaces for meditation or reflection, and gathering spaces for group programming.
Prayer and Reflection Space
Gordon C. Library Reflection Space | Located on the first floor of the Gordon Library this Reflection Space features pillows for meditation, plants, 3D puzzles, carpets, prayer mats, white noise machines, and various things to fidget with such as putty or Rubik’s Cubes. A sensory zone with soft stools and a matching large circular table is separate from the prayer zone.
Reflection and Meditation Space
Adam El-Khishin Meditation Area | Located behind Higgins House this memorial garden hosts a quiet space featuring a reflecting pool with a gently bubbling fountain at its center. It was established in 2001 in memory of Adam El-Khishin ’99, who died in a car accident in January 2000 when he was a first-year medical student at Washington University in St. Louis.