In continuing with my research on Interfaith Education, I conducted multiple informational interviews with students, faculty, and staff at Whitworth. The purpose of this project was to better understand the views and understanding of a variety of people with different backgrounds and positions regarding the topic of Interfaith Education and what that specifically means to them. The conclusion I came to through this process was that most people have little to no understanding of how interfaith topics would need to be implemented in order for it to be successful curriculum at colleges and universities. My understanding of this topic informs my belief that in order for the education of any identity to be successfully developed and implemented, it must be a part of every aspect of campus life. From club events, integration into every academic field, and even through to the mission and vision of the university; everyone must be on the same page about the intentions of the interfaith curriculum deployment. It is my hope that in my career I will be able to advocate for these developments within curriculum at colleges and universities as it is a vital aspect of an education of mind and heart.