Overview

Reflection rooms and spaces provide a calm and private space for individuals to exercise expressions of their religious, spiritual, and meditative practices. All rooms will include a carpeted floor covering or rugs. Dedicated reflections rooms will include signage with the text “Reflection Room” and a lockable door.

Purpose

Creating an inclusive physical campus means accommodating the spiritual needs of the campus community through spaces that can balance a diversity of religious, spiritual, and meditative practices. Intentional spaces allow individuals to exercise those expressions without disruption.

Reflection room sign and room in use indicator
Still Point Reflection Room
Table and chairs in reflection room

Locate a Reflection Room

Map showing reflection rooms

Reflection Space FAQ

How do I reserve a reflection room?

Reflection spaces are open for use during a building’s normal operating hours. Several reflection rooms across campus are first come first served, however, some buildings do require pre-scheduling. For instructions on how to reserve a reflection room, please see the Facilities Management Reflection Room webpage

Are foot washing facilities available?

CSU currently offers foot washing stations on the 1st floor of Alder Hall, inside the All Gender Restrooms.

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