Campus Ministry offers a host of core retreat experience to accompany you throughout your journey at SU. While there is no "correct" way to do retreats at SU, if you are looking for guidance about how the different retreats' content might synthesize with your experience at SU, we suggest beginning with New Student Retreat! Whether you attend New Student Retreat or not, another great retreat for your early years at SU is the Search Retreat. For deepening, we suggest attending one of our Ignatian Silent Retreats. Finally, we offer the Agape Retreat as a capstone retreat experience for juniors and seniors.
We encourage you to get creative! Supplement and/or substitute these retreats with some of our special and rotating retreats, and seek out opportunities to lead retreats.
In addition to our regular Core Retreat Experience offerings, Campus Ministry offers a host of rotating and special retreats in response to the particular needs and desires of our students in a given year. Some of our regular and historical rotating and special retreats include:
To stay up-to-date on which retreats we are offering in a given academic year, visit our Special Retreats page.
In Winter Quarter 2019, Campus Ministry will be offering a Seattle Urban Plunge over Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend. This program is a hybrid offering that bridges Campus Ministry Retreats and Social Justice Immersions.
There are various opportunities for retreat leadership in Campus Ministry. Each year, Campus Ministry seeks enthusiastic, thoughtful, and engaged student leaders for its retreats. Some of the annual retreat leader opportunities include:
To learn more about available retreat leader positions, visit our Retreat Leadership page.