The Bahá'í Campus Association is a student group whose membership
is not confined to members of the Bahá'í Faith. It organizes regular,
diverse activities open to all. Its main purposes are to bring people
together in a spirit of friendship, to promote independent and
unprejudiced thinking, to foster unity among different racial, ethnic
and religious groups on campus, and to collaborate with organizations
having similar aims. To the right you'll find information about
our next meeting, as well as any upcoming events we will be sponsoring.
Check out the video below:
Denial - A short interview with Geoffrey Cameron from the Oxford University Baha'i Society on the denial of higher education for the Baha'is in Iran.