UNS has worshipping places for Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, and Confucians.

Nurul Huda Mosque is the center of Islamic religious activities for Muslims.

UNS provides a campus church as an activity center to draw closer to the almighty God for Catholic and Protestant Christians.

UNS provides Bhuana Agung Saraswati temple for Hindu religious activities.

UNS provides Bodhisasana temple for Buddhist religious activities.

UNS provides Sinar Kebajikan (Ming De Miao) pagoda for Confucian religious activities.

All five places of worshiping are close to one another. This demonstrates that UNS respects religious tolerance.