Nourishing Body and Soul
As the problem of food insecurity persists among college students in the United States, Catholic campuses are doing their part to address hunger and the accompanying needs that can get in the way of student wellness.
Bonus web-exclusive feature: Survey: Over 60% of Catholic College Food Pantries See Demand Rise
Rhona Free: Creating Opportunity at the University of Saint Joseph
In this excerpt from ACCU’s leadership blog, @ the Helm, the president of the University of Saint Joseph talks about her career path, her commitment to Mercy values, and the changes that she has implemented.
Mission in Motion
Mercyhurst Keeps Legacy Alive with Mercy Emissary Program
Without a Sister of Mercy employed full time on its campus, Mercyhurst University has turned to a voluntary employee training program — and one optimistic mission officer — to preserve the Sisters’ charism.
Negotiating Identity Revisited: A Symposium on Catholic Higher Education
Iona College recently gathered faculty, administrators, and students from surrounding colleges for a daylong encounter on some of the most significant challenges facing Catholic higher education: secularism, competition, declining religious life vocations, and the pain of the Church sex abuse crisis.
News & Notes
How Effective Is Campus Ministry?
A survey of campus ministers and students assesses the effect that campus ministry can have on students’ spiritual growth.
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