Behold how good and pleasant it is when kindred dwell together in unity!

Psalm 133:1 ~ The University Motto


All Saints' Chapel

In the heart of Sewanee's campus, All Saints' Chapel is an outward and visible sign of God's beloved community, where belonging and equity intersect. The Sewanee community engages with the life of the Chapel through worship, formation in our catechumenate program, the University Choir, interfaith support, chaplains in residence, and other programs and opportunities led by our chaplaincy team.


SUMMA brings together high school students (entering grades 9–12) from across the country. Year after year, campers tell us that SUMMA marked a pivotal point in their lives by sparking their intellectual curiosity, preparing them for college, cultivating an appreciation for the art of rhetoric, and strengthening their appreciation for Christian faith traditions.

Center for Religion & Environment

The Center for Religion and Environment fosters conversation around the increasingly rich intersections of religious belief and environmental awareness and care.

Summer in Sewanee

There's nothing like summer in Sewanee. While most of the University’s students leave campus for a well-deserved break during the warm months, visitors of all ages come to the Mountain to relax, to explore our 13,000 acres of trails, lakes, and forests, and to take advantage of the many opportunities offered from late May to mid-August.

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