Faith and Spirituality


We asked ASU students if their faith or spirituality was important to them over the past 12 months. What did they say?

  • 32.3% said it was important or very important
  • 34.8% said it was somewhat important
  • 32.9% said it was not important at all

Sources: American College Health Association. American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment-Supplemental Questions. Arizona State University Spring 2015. Baltimore: American College Health Association; Spring 2015 (n=1,937)

Basic Information

Basic Information

Spiritual wellness encompasses how you find meaning in life, your purpose, your values, and how you integrate these into your daily life. Some people may incorporate a religion or faith-based practice as a component of spirituality. However, spiritual wellness has a broader scope, addressing the search for meaning and connection, and guiding how we live.

Spiritual wellness overlaps with and influences mind, body and community aspects of personal wellness.