We mentor and empower students to reflect on their experiences in order to grow as people, to discover meaning and direction in their lives, and to understand how they can make a positive difference in the world. In our volunteer programs, students reflect on what they are learning and how their service relates to larger issues such as poverty and social justice. On campus, we offer a variety of opportunities for students to reflect on their lives.
Weekly Reflection Circles
- Safe spaces where a diversity of students explore creative and reflective practices as well as the questions and issues that concern them
- Personal Discovery Course: students clarify their personal values, write their own life mission statement, and receive individual coaching
- Becoming Yourself Series: students learn about wellness, healthy habits, self-awareness, and mental health through mindfulness practice, writing, body awareness, movement, music, and visual creative expression
- Creativity Circle: students explore art, writing, storytelling, drama, and music as a spiritual or reflective practice
- Meditation Circle: supports students in a variety of mindfulness and reflection practices
- Body, Mind, Spirit Circle: a supportive space for sharing questions and ideas about spirituality and authentic healthy living
- Grief Support Sharing Circle: a support group for students who are experiencing loss or anticipatory grief due to the death of a loved one
- Mindful Mornings and Weekend Wind Down: weekly guided reflection practices to help students begin and end the week with mindfulness and intention
Events and Retreats
- Exploring social justice, personal values, mindfulness, coping with stress, self care and positive mental health, spirituality, environmental sustainability, and more
- Individual coaching and spiritual companioning by our resource staff
- We support students through many life issues. Whether individually or in group settings, staff help students reflect on their values, relationships, spirituality, life path, and service.