Campus Ministry offers a vibrant combination of Liturgical Life, Retreat Life, Faith Formation, Service Opportunities, and Sacramental Initiation. As students worship God, serve the common good and reflect on the action of God in the world, they attend to the deepest and most authentic part of themselves.
Into the Streets
Into the Streets (ITS) is a student-led program that encourages students to go "into the streets" of our local community to participate in meaningful service experiences which challenge and teach them to be agents of social change committed to the creation of a just and compassionate world. Faculty often participate in our Into the Streets Day, when all first-year students go into the community to do service.
Honoring our neighbor, Organizing for Justice, Practicing Peace, Encountering God (H.O.P.E.) is Campus Ministry's Alternative Break Program. Each year, students travel to several different international and domestic sites to immerse themselves into another culture and give back to the receiving community through service. Employee leaders accompany each trip; faculty are encouraged to inquire about participating.
Each spring, The Women's Retreat is available to all female students and employees. This weekend away offers an intergenerational faith sharing opportunity for all participants to learn from each other's spiritual journeys. All female employees are welcome to attend.