Intervarsity Student Fellowship Gets To Stay At Suny Buffalo

08.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is once again being recognized by the State University of New York at Buffalo. The student group was under scrutiny after it was accused of discrimination for requiring its leaders be Christian. But the university's student wide judiciary has ruled it's not discrimination for a religious group to want its leaders to agree with its core beliefs. It means when school starts in a couple weeks, Intervarsity will be out in full force in Buffalo. The group has served as a campus ministry nationwide for 71 years, growing to more then 890 chapters on 575 campuses.