Chapel / Convocation
Chapel/convocation attendance is an integral part of what it means to be a student in the Anderson University community. Chapel/convocation meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 11 a.m. and is one setting in which persons from the campus community gather regularly for worship, enrichment, and community building. Speakers include campus personalities and outstanding guests from many parts of the United States and the world. Students regularly participate in music and worship leadership.
Required chapel/convocation attendance for students is an Anderson University tradition that has been maintained over the entire history of the university. It is one of the experiences on this campus that sets us apart from secular schools and many private church-related colleges. We maintain this tradition as a sign of our devotion to be a learning, worshiping community, dedicated to the integration of faith and learning.
Thursday, February 18, at 11 a.m.
Hymn Singing: Stories and Songs
York Performance Hall
A time of hymn singing and hearing the stories behind the hymns.
Sponsored by the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance
The Things that Matter To Students: A Community Conversation Follow Up
What are the things that matter to students as they relate to race, equity and inclusion on our campus and in society. Hear from a panel of students and add your voice to the conversation.
Sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Engagement & BSA
So What? Now What?
The Student Satisfaction Survey taken this fall provided a great deal of information about what students liked and what they didn't. This session will highlight some of both with the intention of getting feedback on how we can make AU an even better place.
Sponsored by the Student Success Team & SGA
Living Out Your Faith in Everyday Life
O.C. Lewis Gym
Come and share in the stories from a Tri-S trip to Peru with Coach Tami Miller, Dr. Jim Scott, and students who traveled over Christmas break. In addition, Dr. Diana Jones will share the story of her "medical adventures.”
Sponsored by the Department of Kinesiology
Dean Chad Wallace: Then Sings My Soul...
Miller Chapel (School of Theology)
Dr. Wallace will share some thoughts on the greatness of God.
Sponsored by the School of Science & Engineering
How to Find a Job with a BA in the Social Sciences
Students will learn how to "sell" their skill set to employers when they graduate. Topics include: What are your skills?, what are typical interview questions?, what are your strengths/weaknesses?, etc.
Sponsored by the Psychology Department & YLD
The New Anderson Collaborative—Students & Faculty pursuing education-focused, real world career experiences in partnership with experienced professionals.
Experiential opportunities that are active and currently being explored including: Interactive Intelligence, Anderson Digital Media Collaborative (ADMC), Diana Waring Project, Element 212 Partnership, additional projects currently in development, student internship and employment opportunities
Sponsored by the Anderson Collaborative (and related IDEA-U projects)
Advising for Sociology, Criminal Justice & Family Science Majors
Note: Please bring a smart device