The Y Chapel of Song is unique among college chapels in that it was almost entirely designed and created by the students, faculty, staff, and friends of the University. Today the Chapel not only provides ‘a much needed place for meetings of small religious groups,’ as envisioned by President Robinson, but serves as well as a place for quiet and meditation for the entire campus community.  It is also a favored site for many student events, recitals, initiations, and weddings. The Y Chapel of Song was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in July of 2001. This recognizes the Y Chapel of Song as a memorial to the hundreds involved in its creation, and honors its artistic and architectural uniqueness.