This is an educational resource about the many religious holy days celebrated at Clarkson. Not only does this section offer information about dates and practices, we also hope the recommended academic and food accommodations will be valuable to those planning classroom activities and other academic and co-curricular events. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about reasonable accommodations for religious holy days.
Dates, Practices and Accommodations: Points to remember
- Dates are assembled from several calendars and begin with the academic year (August through July). Lunar calendars vary based on region and practice.
- “Kosher restrictions apply” refers to the dietary guidelines of Jewish law which apply daily throughout the year. Restrictions include pork, shellfish (fish is allowed) and mixing meat with dairy.
- “Halal dietary restrictions apply” refers to the foods prohibited according to Islamic dietary law throughout the year. Restrictions include alcohol and pork.
- The Chief Inclusion Office in consultation with the Council of Student Diveristy and Inclusion suggests trying to serve food in Kosher-style. This covers a wide variety of dietary needs. However, it is always important to think of vegetarian, vegan, and allergen-restricted participants. Again, we are here to help. Please contact email@example.com.
Those wishing to pursue their spiritual or religious practices at Clarkson will find a wide array of on and off-campus options.
This room is in the heart of the Potsdam Hill Campus. Located in the student center it is open to all for use. There are ritual baths, lockers to hold belonging, and furniture and rugs that may be moved around for use by groups or individuals to meet the needs of different practices. In addition, there are many student groups affiliated with Clarkson and off-campus groups as well.
Student Groups Affiliated with the Council of Student Diversity and Inclusion
Muslim Student Association
Each club supports spiritual and religious activities and co-sponsors events with the Chief Inclusion Office.