Kaleidoscope Project

The Kaleidoscope Project is a inter-religious and inter-cultural immersion program for students. Learn about different cultures, religions, and experience the diversity in Calgary over the winter reading break.

Kaleidoscope Project

Learn about & experience religious diversity in Calgary

You will spend 7 nights and 6 days fully immersed in some of the cultural and religious diversity Calgary has to offer. Learn about religious diversity, delve into case studies related to religion in the public sphere, and cultivate skills in interacting across lines of difference. 

Apply now for the 2019-2020 Kaleidoscope Project


When: February 15 - 22, 2020

Where: Calgary

Approximate Cost: $800

Additional Considerations

Despite being in Calgary, students will stay together in shared accommodations in downtown Calgary for the duration of the program and will have limited free time in the evenings.

Funding Opportunities

There are several funding options for students through the SU Travel & Conference Fund (up to $250) and the Student Activities Fund (up to $500) to help offset the costs to participating in the Kaleidoscope Project. We encourage you to apply and then talk to a Faith & Spirituality Centre staff about funding options - we will find a way to make this program affordable for you!

Learn more about the Kaleidoscope Project

The Kaleidoscope Project is an award-winning program that works to build interreligious and intercultural awareness for students so they can work to build a more inclusive campus and Calgary. 

Want to know more if this program is right for you? Click the links below to learn more!

The Kaleidoscope Project Experience