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The definition of spiritual wellness varies from person to person, but feeling grounded is probably the most common characteristic. The pressures of medical school can sometimes lead students to neglect this aspect of their well-being.

Whether it's through yoga, mindfulness, or a more traditional religious practice, Sophie Davis/CUNY School of Medicine seeks to ensure that everyone has a wide range of options to stay centered and reflective. 


Please find some resources to aid in your spiritual wellness below:

Mindfulness Sites: 


Insight Timer




  • United Moravian Church
    Address: 470 W. 143rd St. New York, NY 10031 between Convent & Amsterdam Ave. 
    Phone: (212) 234-5581

  • Ipul Manhattan Pentecostal Church
    Address: 541 W. 145th St. 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10031
    Phone: (917) 295-0825

  • Murid Islamic Community in America
    Address: 46 Edgecombe Ave, New York, NY 10030 
    Phone: (212) 234-0130

  • Futa Islamic Center
    Address: 207 W 135th St. New York, NY 10030
    Phone: (646) 597-1170

  • Masjid Al Firdaus
    Address: 207 W 135th St, New York, NY 10030

Religious Clubs at CCNY​

CCNY Gospel Choir
The CCNY Gospel Choir is a Christian club on campus whose goal is to spreal the gospel of Jesus Chris in a universal language through music. It has been on campus since 2008, and is integrated into the student life by performing at various on-campus events. Its goal is to allow choir members to express themselves musically while progressing spiritually.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)
The mission of the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord, growing in love for God, God's word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, and God's purposes in the world. 

CCNY Hillel
CCNY Hillel is committed to supporting the growing Jewish community and anyone with Jewish identity at City College. It is Hillel's goal to provide a place for all kinds of Jews to come together and connect with their culture. Its goal is to create a warm, friendly atmosphere for all the Jews on the City Collge campus. 

Chabad of CCNY
Chabad is a Jewish club on campus with the mission of reaching out to every Jewish student and faculty member. It aims to give them a space to practice their Judaism on campus, as well as foster a sense of Jewish pride, raise awareness, and educate the community while building the Jewish community at CCNY. 

Muslim Student's Organization
The Muslim Students' Organization's mission is to provide a place where Muslims can worship freely. We also plan classes, events, and set up tables to spread awareness, as well as benefit the community. This club was founded over 30 years ago and still continues to be one of the most vibrant and active clubs in CCNY. 

Muslims Giving back @CCNY
A student organization at the City College of New York based on the non-profit organization, Muslims Giving Back (MGB) which is dedicated to upholding the true image of Islam through action. As the City College Chapter of the organization, the club MGB @CCNY consists of students from a wide variety of backgrounds who genuinely enjoy giving back and serving the community, MGB recognizes the need for constructive interaction among students of various disciplines and desires to unite City College students by means of community service. 

Women in Islam
Women in Islam at The City College of New York aims to serve the campus community by clearing misconceptions of Islam and bringing communication and understanding between groups of various origins. 

Quick Fact: While Yoga can make us limber, help us relieve anxiety and pain, and reduce blood pressure, new studies show it may actually make our brain work better too.