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Anna C Robertson
Mar 5, 2019

Campus Ministry Happenings: March 5, 2019

Mar 5, 2019 by Anna C Robertson

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This Week in Campus Ministry

Got Bible Study: A New Year, A New You: The Bible as a Resource for Renewal
Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 12:30-1:30, STCN 122
For those interested in bible study and real talk. Bring your own lunch. Bibles and cookies provided.

Ash Wednesday Services
Wednesday, March 6, 2019, Chapel of St. Ignatius
Mass schedule for Ash Wednesday is at 8am, 12:30pm, 5pm, and 8pm.

See all of Campus Ministry's upcoming events.

Deadlines and Reminders

  • Interfaith Prayer Book: Submit a piece that is significant to you for the Interfaith Prayer Book that will be published in Spring Quarter. Campus Ministry is accepting submissions of works that help you reflect on the following six themes: Justice, Purpose, Community, The Sacred, Contemplation, Love. This book will include diverse ways that individuals connect with these topics on a spiritual level. All methods of meaning making are acceptable for this project. Submissions can be made on ConnectSU. Submit by March 11th (Deadline extended).
  • Register for Catholic Students' Retreat: This retreat will be offered April 5-7 at Camp SAMBICA on Lake Sammamish. Renew your relationship with God, yourself, and community this Lent! Join the campus Catholic students' community for a weekend of fellowship, fun, prayer, reflection, and relaxation. Students who are not Catholic but are open to a retreat rooted in the Catholic tradition are welcome to attend. Register by March 18th.
  • Apply to Lead Spring Search Retreat: Leadership on the Search Retreat is open to any undergraduate alumni of the SU Search Retreat, as well as alumni of comparable high school retreats who have completed their first year of college. Spring Search takes place from May 10-12th, 2019. Apply by March 10th,
  • Apply for the Interfaith Immersion: This is an opportunity to experience religious diversity in an international setting. Students will travel over Memorial Day Weekend to Richmond, Vancouver, and Whistler, B.C. to visit a Buddhist temple, a Hindu cultural center, a synagogue, a mosque, a church, and other historical and cultural sites. Cost is $200, with fundraising and financial assistance available. Formation will be held in early Spring Quarter, including various local religious/faith community site visits in the Puget Sound. The Immersion will be from May 24th-May 27th. Apply on ConnectSU by March 18th.

Save The Date: Upcoming Events

3/14 - Queer People of Faith Talking Circle
4/6 - Catholic Students Retreat
4/18 - Holy Week Services Begin
4/29 - Maguire Lecture

Around Campus

Do you have a program or opportunity coming up you'd like to see featured here? Email Anna Robertson with your request and a brief blurb!

  • SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Applications for the Naef Scholarship for AY19-20 are available March 6-April 9. A list of required application documents can be found on the application cover sheet, which interested applicants can pick up from any of the following offices: Dean of ASBE, Dean of CAS, Dean of CoN, Honors Program, Vice President of Student Development, and Campus Assistance Center. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must (1) have a GPA of 3.4 or higher, (2) have earned 90 credits at SU by September 2019, (3) plan on full-time enrollment (45 credits) in AY19-20, and (4) agree to participate in associated programs and activities. Contact Professor David W. Madsen with questions by email, phone (206-296-6938), or in his office (Casey 410-03).
  • SCHOLARSHIP RESOURCES: Student Persistence offers resources for students seeking scholarships - check out their scholarship website or contact Yvette Gutierrez with specific questions. Additionally, the Outreach Center is offering a scholarship drop-in hourfor students who identify as first-gen or student veterans on Friday, March 8 from 1:30-3:00pm in Student Center 110. This is a great opportunity for students to get help and ask general questions. This session will focus primarily on asking for letters of recommendation.
  • JOB OPPORTUNITY: The Center for Community Engagement is hiring 12 Summer Fellows to work in local elementary and middle schools for a camp-like summer school. The Fellows will have an opportunity to build skills in teamwork, self-awareness, and educational justice practices. The pay is $16 hourly. It is almost full time for 6 weeks (early July to mid-August) and Fellows are eligible for discounted SU housing for the whole summer term. Visit ConnectSU for more information and to apply by March 10th.
  • Student Events and Activities Council (SEAC) is hiring for 2019-20! We are hiring for all positions on council! These positions include: Professional development, resume building, event planning and management, marketing, team building and collaboration, and a small scholarship. To apply by March 8thfollow this link to the Leadership Application on ConnectSU.
  • Seattle University Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture’s second lecture in the Catholic Heritage Lecture series is: Tending the Flame: Spiritual Practice, Advocacy, and Activism. Keynote speaker Dr. Margaret Pfeil, theology professor at Notre Dame, is also founder and resident of the St. Peter Claver Catholic Worker Community in South Bend, Indiana. The lecture is at 7pm on Thursday, March 7 in Student Center 160 (LeRoux Room) at Seattle University, and is free and open to the public. Please contact the ICTC with any questions (206-220-8270 or ICTC@seattleu.edu).

Beyond SU

  • Underhill House, a quiet place to pause for prayer near campus, is offering its next Listener Training on Wednesday, March 13 from 12:00pm–2:30pm. Come consider whether you’d like to greet, listen and pray with our guests once or twice a month, Wednesdays or Thursdays on Capitol Hill near Broadway and Republican. Come and discern—no commitment necessary to attend training. If you have questions or would like to sign up, please contact Susan Dean at susan@underhillhouse.org. To learn more please visit our web site at www.underhillhouse.org/partners.
  • JOB OPPORTUNITY: Looking for summer work? Our friends at Camp Indianola, home to our beloved New Student Retreat, is looking for you! Camp Indianola, an open and affirming camp located on the Puget Sound, is hiring on-site cabin leaders, activity staff, and leadership staff for the summer season. Staff will have the opportunity to work with campers ages 5-18 has the grow in their faith with Jesus and explore the great outdoors. Check out their website, http://campindianola.org/jobs/, or text Program Director Stephanie Brady at 360-265-2472 for more information.

This week's header photo was taken by student Jonathan Choe. Have a photo of something beautiful you would like to share in Campus Ministry Happenings? Tag @sucampusministry on Instagram or submit it to campusministry@seattleu.edu.