College Students More Spiritual, But Not in Church

A national survey of entering college freshmen in 2004 found that most came to college with a goal to grow spiritually. A follow-up survey of students at the end of their junior year this spring suggests that while attendance at religious services sharply declines during college, students do in fact significantly progress along their spiritual quests throughout their first three years – but often without the help of their professors, who most students say never encourage discussions of religious or spiritual matters.

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