Spiritual Care and Learning

The Spiritual Care and Learning Centre (SCLC) is a multicultural network of community leaders and groups working in collaboration to provide spiritual care services. At the SCLC, we value each individual as a person (mind, body and spirit) deserving of love and care. We acknowledge the importance of community in our daily lives and the significant role it plays in our larger sense of identity, whether that identity is religious, secular, spiritual or otherwise.

Visit us in the McMaster University Student Centre (MUSC), room 212. Our office hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET.

Meet the SCLC leaders

Learn about our SCLC leaders. If you’re in need of guidance, support or community related to spiritual care, the SCLC leaders are here to help!

SCLC Leaders


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New Intercultural Learning Certificate open to all McMaster students

This self-directed experiential learning opportunity provides you with opportunities to build your intercultural competencies and gain valuable cross-cultural communication skills....

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Peer Leader Program

The Peer Leader program includes a volunteer opportunity, scheduled professional development and connections to your peers. Browse all the appointment...

Iconic activist and esteemed professor Dr. Gary Warner inspires us to ‘fill our cup’ 

On February 8, the McMaster Spiritual Care and Learning Centre (SCLC) and Black History Month Committee welcomed Dr. Warner at...

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Get the one-on-one support you need this year

Types of appointments and support Browse all the appointment types to find out how you can access support. Then, book...


This Spiritual Care and Learning Centre is a result of the efforts of the Interfaith Working Group (IFWG), part of the McMaster President’s Advisory Committee for Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC).

Information for McMaster University students on spiritual and religious resources and more.

In accordance with RISO policy, this form way be used to address scheduling conflicts between Examinations (Registrar-invigilated final examinations) and religious, Indigenous or spiritual observances.

MSU Diversity + Equity Network exists in order to celebrate, unite, and advocate with the variety of diverse groups on campus within the realm of race, ethnicity, culture, faith, and Indigenous affairs. In order to accomplish this, we help to plan, support and promote events that allow McMaster students to fully experience the differences that make our campus unique.

Recognizing the state of inequity on campus, our service acts to advocate for an inclusive environment in which marginalized groups feel welcome and free to embrace their identity.