In a large sample of full-time University of Pretoria main campus students it was found that a very high percentage of all the students reported an affiliation to religious bodies. They also generally regarded themselves as religious. Many also regularly took part in the religious programmes. Quite a rosy statistical picture could be drawn. The one worrying result is the chasm which shows between what the students regard as their religious organisation's views on certain moral issues, on the one hand, and their own lifestyles, on the other.