Are you doing a year of service with an organization like Jesuit Volunteer Corps or AmeriCorps next year?
If so, we’d like to recognize you at graduation! Every year, Canisius honors the students who are committing to a year of service by reading their names at Baccalaureate Mass, Commencement, and in the Commencement ceremony program.
If you’ve been accepted to a year of service -OR- are planning on doing a year of service but are awaiting the final placement details, please email Kaitlyn Buehlmann at email@example.com with:
- Your Name
- The program you’ll be serving with
- Your placement site (ex. Catholic Charities)
- The City and State you’ll be serving in
All information must be submitted by Wednesday April 8 at the latest so that this information can be included in the commencement program before it goes to print.
Are you interested in a year of service but haven’t applied yet? There’s still time! Email Kaitlyn Buehlmann at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or want to learn more about a program that would be a good fit for you.
Join Fr. James Martin, S.J. as he shares a reflection on the daily scriptures on Facebook Live.
The annual RAISE Benefit is happening this Tuesday-Thursday, March 10-12 in the Old Main second floor lounge to support students participating in international service-immersion experiences to Jamaica, Poland, El Salvador and the US-Mexico Border.
Purchase basket raffle tickets Tuesday and Wednesday from 10am-4pm and Thursday from 10am-2pm.
Also happening during these times: bake sale, 50/50 split, and grilled cheese/soup for lunch for $5 from 11:30-1pm.
Raffle and auction items include Jeff Skinner Autographed Sabres Hockey Stick, Canisius swag, sports tickets, restaurant gift cards, and much more!
The RAISE Benefit Dinner is on Thursday March 12 from 5-7:30pm in the Montante Cultural Center. The dinner includes an all-you-can eat food tasting from around the world, live Latin music, cash bar, 50/50 split, and the basket raffle/silent auction!
Student tickets are $10 and can be purchased at canisius.edu/RAISE
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: https://apps.canisius.edu/campminevents
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, email@example.com
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!
This event is meant to celebrate, educate, empower, and share stories of perseverance and survival of women and women of marginalized identities. Brunch is provided and open to the public!
Petey’s Pantry will not be open on Sunday, February 2nd. Please come to the Pantry on Friday, January 31st from 4p-6p or Tuesday, February 4th from 11a-1p.
Free & Confidential STD Testing on Campus at the Student Health Center