Attend the 17th annual Always Our Children (AOC) retreat for LGBTQIA+ members and allies

Attend the 17th annual Always Our Children (AOC) retreat, Feb. 28 (leave campus on Friday evening)-Mar 1 (return to campus by 3pm on Sunday), at Cradle Beach in Angola, NY.

This year’s theme will be Cura Personalis +: How to our many relationships hinder or help us in caring for our whole person?

Sign up here:

Open to all undergraduate and graduate students.

There is no cost to attend. Bus transportation, lodging, and food will be provided.

Questions can be directed to Sarah Signorino, x2424,

Model United Nations

Wednesday, The 12th Come to room 103 in the library at 5:00pm for a Model UN simulation and discussion on international topics.  We will also be discussing our trip to the spring conference in Charlotte, NC! Bring a friend!


Attend the new Magis Retreat

What brings you joy?

What are you good at?

What does the world need from you?

Reflect. Relax. Be Renewed. Retreat with us!

Think about these questions and more on the New Magis Retreat, Jan. 24-25.

cost: $25 (scholarships available)

Sign up on the Campus Ministry Retreat page!

Questions? Contact Sarah Signorino at x2424 or

Memorial for David Bubb on January 26th

David Bubb, a freshman student here at Canisius died suddenly over the Christmas break.  The college will offer a Memorial Mass for David on January 26, 2020 at 8:30PM and following the Mass will be a brief additional memorial ritual.  David’s family will be present.  All are welcome to attend and to continue to pray with all of us on campus and David’s family.

If you would like to assist in planning the memorial Mass, please email Mike Hayes, Director of Campus Ministry at

Requiescat in pace

Daily Mass at Loyola Hall Begins

The daily weekday Mass at 12:05 PM in the Loyola Hall Chapel begins again on Monday, January 13th.  This Mass will be held on each class day during the Spring Semester.

All are welcome to attend.

ASC’s Annual MLK Celebration

As part of the Canisius sesquicentennial, Canisius College and the ALANA Student Center celebrate the legacy of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. with free soup for the body and discussion for the heart and mind. This event will feature a performance from alumna Sydnie Perkins and discussion moderated by Sandy E. White.