Orientation Schedule: Fall 2014

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Color Key

  • Red = Mandatory Event
  • Blue = Global Student Event
  • Purple = Registration Required
  • Green = Parent and Family Event

Friday, August 22

Move-In Day & Meal Plans Begin

 

New Student Residence Hall Check-In, Residence Halls

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

The University formally opens its doors to all FIRST TIME students. This time is set aside exclusively for new students to move into their residence hall rooms. Proceed directly to your assigned residence hall where our staff of Residence Life is ready to assist you in moving into your new home.  Use this time wisely since you have a full and exciting week ahead. We'll see you in the morning at the Orientation Kickoff!  Please check back of schedule to see alternate Residence Hall check-in times if you will not be checking in on Friday.

 

New Student ID Card, Student Services Building

8:00 am – 7:00 pm

Please bring a valid government-issued photo ID to verify your identity (i.e. passport, driver’s license) when you come for your Biola ID card.  Please check back of schedule to see alternate Student Services hours if you will not be checking in on Friday.

 

SOS Info Booth, Fluor Fountain

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

If you have any questions about orientation week, would like to sign up and pay for events, or get general campus information, please take a moment to stop by the SOS Info Booth.

 

Bank and Local Business Fair, SUB/Café Roadway

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Local banks are here to facilitate new checking and savings accounts and to speak with you about your other financial concerns. In addition, you can visit local community tables to get information about transportation, Disneyland and more. Don’t miss this opportunity!

 

Biola English Placement Exam (BEPE), Business 102 and 105

8:00 am - 12:00 pm

All students whose native language is not English are required to take the BEPE unless they have scored 100 IBT/250 CBT/600 PBT or above on the TOEFL, or have scored above 480 on the verbal portion of the SAT.  Students are directed to take the BEPE by their admissions advisor.

A cash fee of $25.00 and a photo ID are required and must be presented at the beginning of the exam. The fee is applied toward tuition upon enrollment. Results of the test will be posted at the ELSP Office in Rood 53B (McNally Classrooms).

 

Global Parent and Student Presidential Welcome and Luncheon, Talbot East Andrews Banquet Room

11:30 pm – 1:00 pm

Dr. Barry Corey, President of Biola University, will offer his welcome and words of encouragement as you begin this new journey.  You will also have a chance to meet special Faculty and staff who will share their Biola experiences and offer advice for your student’s transition.

 

Chemistry Placement Exam, Sutherland Auditorium (CHEM 105) or Bardwell 112 (CHEM 120/Nursing)

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

If you already took this exam and passed it over the summer or at the Biola June Academic Advising event, you are not required to retake this exam.

In order to enroll in CHEM 105 General Chemistry I or CHEM 120 Principles of Organic and Biochemistry, you must take a chemistry placement exam. The exam determines whether you have the skills necessary for success in these courses. If you do not pass, you are required to take CHEM 104.  CHEM 104 is offered both Fall and Spring semesters. You must receive a B- or better in CHEM 104 to proceed to CHEM 120 or CHEM 105. CHEM 105 is only offered in the fall semester, so that General Chemistry II, CHEM 106, can be offered sequentially in the spring. CHEM 120 is offered both spring and fall semesters. Please plan accordingly once you have your placement exam results. Majors requiring chemistry include:  PHSC, PHEP, BCHM, BIOS, BIHB, BIES, KEHP, KPTH, and NURS.  A study guide for this exam can be found at the Academic Advising website.  Note: students may bring a non-graphing calculator for the CHEM 120 exam only.

 

Physics Placement Exam, Sutherland Auditorium

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

If you already took this exam and passed it over the summer or at the Biola June Academic Advising event, you are not required to retake this exam.

In order to enroll in PHSC 111 Physics I or PHSC 132 General Physics I, you need to take the Physics Placement Exam. This test determines whether you have the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary for success in PHSC 111 or PHSC 132. If you do not pass, you need to plan to take PHSC 092 Introduction to Physics, which is only offered in the spring. Upon completing with a satisfactory grade, you will be able to take PHSC 111 or PHSC 132 the following fall. PHSC 111 and PHSC 132 are only offered in the fall so that their sequential classes may be offered in the spring semesters. By taking PHSC 092 in the spring you will be prepared for your required physics class the following fall semester. Majors requiring PHSC 111 or PHSC 132 include PHSC, PHEP, BCHM, BIOS, BIES, BIHB, KEHP, and KPTH.  A study guide for this exam can be found at the Academic Advising website.  Note: students may bring a non-graphing calculator for the Physics exam.

 

Mandatory Placement Exam for Music Majors, Crowell Hall Room 122

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

All Music Majors are required to take a Written Theory, Sight-singing and Dictation exam at this time.  A study guide for this exam can be found at the Academic Advising website.  The Director of the Conservatory will be giving a brief overview of the Conservatory of Music prior to the exams.

 

Mandatory Keyboard Placement Exam, Crowell Hall Room 105

2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

All non-keyboard Music Majors (including Composition and Worship majors with piano emphasis) are required to take this exam. Each student will sign up for one test period (of approximately five minutes) during this time. The sign up sheet will be available during the Theory Placement Exam.

 

Torrientation Parent and Family Reception, Tent on McNally Field

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Parents, join your new Torrey student for the last event of Torrientation. Meet your student's Torrey group and enjoy some sweet treats and tea while hearing from our director, Dr. Paul Spears. Prior registration required. Call 562-906-4555.

 

Free Time / Dinner on your own

(Cafeteria doors close at 6:30 pm)

It has been a long day, so you may want to head off campus to explore the area around Biola.  A list of local stores and restaurants can be found in the Welcome Packets. If you choose to stay on campus, please feel free to dine at the Biola Cafeteria.  Meals in the Cafeteria are free for children ages 5 and under.  

 

Commuter Welcome Packets available for pick-up, Upper Student Union - The Collegium

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Commuters, please drop by the Collegium to pick up the Welcome Packet and detailed Student Schedule Booklet. One packet per family, please.  (Prior to 4:00 pm and after 6:00 pm, please come to the Info Booth to pick up your packet.)

 

Cinema, Media, Arts Department Dinner, Dorothy English Lawn/Production Center

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm (By Invitation Only -- For Accepted CMA Majors and their Families)

Dinner, Tour of the Production Center and Program (CMA Faculty, Parents, and New Students). Reservations and tickets required for students, parents and guests. $15.00 per person and Free for CMA New Students with Student ID Number.  Register here.

 

Commuter Parent and Student Reception, Upper Student Union - The Collegium

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Off-Campus Students and their Parents are invited to the Collegium--Biola’s home-away-from-home for students who live off-campus! Come enjoy refreshments and meet Commuter Life staff before the University Welcome.  Coming without your parents?  No worries! This is a great chance to get to know the many other students who are commuting to Biola.

 

Distinguished Scholars Reception, Giumarra Courtyard, Library

6:00 pm -  7:30 pm (By Invitation Only - Open House)

Student recipients of the President's or Trustees' Scholarships and their families are invited to celebrate their accomplishments while enjoying light appetizers and dessert. School Deans and members of the President's Administrative Council will be present to congratulate you and encourage you as you embark on your academic and spiritual journey at Biola.

 

University Welcome, Metzger Lawn

7:30 pm - 8:15 pm

You won’t want to miss this first official welcome to the Biola University community! President Barry H. Corey, our faculty, staff and students will join you to kick off the academic year and recognize the work of the Lord in bringing each student to Biola.

 

Biola Night at Target, 1893 W. Malvern Ave. Fullerton, CA

9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Join Biola for an exclusive night at Target as you shop for all of your back to college needs! All Biola students, faculty, and staff with a valid Biola ID will receive 5% of your entire purchase. An additional 5% off will be applied for all REDcard and Target Debit Cardholders. There will be a live DJ, free popcorn, live prize drawings and more!

Saturday, August 23

Orientation Kick-Off

 

SOS Info Booth, Fluor Fountain

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

If you have any questions about orientation week, would like to sign up and pay for events, or get general campus information, please take a moment to stop by the SOS Info Booth.

 

Bank and Local Business Fair, SUB/Café Roadway

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Local banks are here to facilitate new checking and savings accounts and to speak with you about your other financial concerns. In addition, you can visit local community tables to get information about transportation, Disneyland and more. Don’t miss this opportunity!

 

The Official Orientation Week Kickoff, Chase Gymnasium

9:00 am - 1:00 pm (Mandatory for all new students)

This event will be remembered for a lifetime. This is your first opportunity to experience a Biola University tradition... and it is one that is sure to inform as well as entertain. The Student Orientation Services Staff will begin your Biola experience with a highly charged presentation that will give you a glimpse into your new community. Following this presentation, students will meet in their SOS groups and attend lunch in the cafeteria together.

 

Commuter Student Hospitality House, Upper Student Union - The Collegium

12:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Commuter Students and their families are invited to enjoy the Collegium (Latin for “Gathering Place”) our home-away-from-home for commuter students. Come join us for refreshments, check out our beautiful home and meet the Commuter Life Team. A great way to get connected on campus!

 

Free Time

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

This is a great time to relax, unpack, or go shopping for any needed items for dorm rooms or classes.

 

Biola Backyard BBQ, McNally Field

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

All new students and parents are welcomed to enjoy a delicious complimentary dinner. The Communion Service will proceed directly after dinner on Metzger Lawn.

 

Cafecito, Talbot East Andrews Banquet Room

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Office of Admissions Multiethnic Outreach, in conjunction with current Biola student, staff, and faculty from diverse ethnic backgrounds would like to welcome new students and their parents to the Biola community at a dessert reception. Come meet current students and find out how to get connected!

La Oficina de Alcanze Multicultural, junto con estudiantes, facultad, y personal diversos de Biola invitan a los nuevos estudiantes y a sus padres a una recepción de postres. ¡Vengan a conocer estudiantes y descubra como conectarse!

 

Communion Service, Metzger Lawn

7:30 pm – 9:30 pm (new students, parents, and families are invited)

Our University President, Dr. Barry H. Corey, brings this busy day to a close by sharing in one of our most memorable traditions, a communion service for students and their families. This is a time where you will hear testimonies and praises given by some of your fellow students. This concludes the parent and family portion of our New Student Orientation program. Thank you for joining us and please travel home safely.

 

Sunday, August 24

Community Worship & Fellowship

 

SOS Event Registration, SOS Office (Upper Student Union Building)

9:00 am – 2:00 pm

If you have any questions about orientation week, would like to sign up and pay for events, or get general campus information, please take a moment to stop by the SOS Office.

 

Campus Worship, Chase Gymnasium

10:30 am - 11:45 am

Chapel Programs invites you to join in a time of community worship and fellowship. One of Biola’s esteemed professors has been invited to speak.

 

SOS Hangout Afternoon, Check with SOS Leader

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Be sure to join your SOS group for a relaxing afternoon to hang out and meet the people in your SOS group and other SOS groups. Your SOS Group will be going out into the local community for fun and games. Transfer Students: you will be heading out with fellow transfer students and transfer leaders for a fun afternoon.

 

Commuter Student Dinner: Pizza & Ice Cream Sundaes in the Collegium! Upper Student Union Building

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Free)

Make an evening of it! Commuter Students, come hang with each other and the Commuter Life Team and then go to the Community Commissioning and Singspiration together!

 

Community Commissioning, Metzger Lawn

7:30 pm - 8:15 pm (Mandatory for all students)

The student and staff leaders on Biola's campus will be welcoming you into the Biola Community.  Come receive our vision for you as a new member of our community.  You are an Eagle now!

 

Singspiration, Metzger Lawn

8:15 pm - 9:15 pm (immediately following Community Commissioning)

Chapel Programs continues its long tradition of Sunday evening on-campus praise and worship. Come and worship the Lord led by fellow Biola students.

Monday, August 25

Academic Orientation

 

Academic Orientation, Tent on McNally Field

8:30 am - 10:00 am (Mandatory for all new students)

Your university administrators will provide valuable information to help you navigate through your academic journey at Biola University.  Be sure to bring your ID card to check in at this event.  Please plan to arrive early to avoid long check-in lines!

 

Transfer Information Session, Tent on McNally Field

10:00 am - 10:45 am (Mandatory for all transfer students)

Your university administrators will provide you with important transfer-specific information to help you navigate the transfer process and make the most of your transferred courses.  Transcript Evaluations will be sent to you electronically prior to the event.

 

Last Day for Late Enrollment for All New Students

Last day to enroll without a $200 late fee: August 15, 4:00 pm

Last day to enroll before classes drop:  August 25, 4:00 pm

Final day of late enrollment:  September 5, 4:00 pm

 

If you have not finished Enrollment (Phase 2), you will need to log on to my.Biola.edu to complete the process.  Remember, your Fall Enrollment is not finalized until all administrative steps of Enrollment (Phase 2) and your down payment have been completed.

 

If you would like assistance with Enrollment (Phase 2), please visit the Office of the Registrar in Middle Metzger or call the Registration helpline (562) 777-4002. Your enrollment status on my.Biola must say “Enrolled” by Monday,  August 25.  All your classes will be dropped after 4:00 pm on August 25 if your status is “Not Enrolled.”

 

Academic Advising & Major Open House

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Locations for Academic Advising will be announced at the Academic Orientation Session (8:30 am). If you do not already have your fall classes or if you still have questions, this is the time to meet with your Academic Department. Music majors must meet with their advisors whether or not they have completed enrollment.  You are welcome to stop by your academic department today even if you do not need assistance with your course schedule to learn about your major's First Year Seminar, your assigned academic advisor, and more. Refreshments will be served at this time.

 

Academic Info Booth, Fluor Fountain

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Feel free to stop by if you have questions about how to change your schedule or need directions to your department.  We’re happy to help!

 

Mandatory Academic Advising for all Incoming Music Majors, Crowell Hall Room 122

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Transfer students may attend immediately following the Transfer Information Session.

All incoming Music Majors must attend the Academic Advising session for music course assignments and course registration assistance.

 

Commuter Student Hospitality House, Upper Student Union - The Collegium

10:00 am - 1:00 pm, 1:45 pm – 2:30 pm

Commuter Students: Come in and make yourselves at home!

 

Well-Connected: IT and Social Media at Biola, Sutherland Auditorium

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm (Mandatory for all new students)

Most of us feel pretty comfortable with technology and social media.  But how can we use them well?  Join Anthony Valentino, Director of Tech Support, as he explains how you can make the most of the technology services and support options that Biola provides, from the wireless networks and Canvas to our friends at the IT Helpdesk.  He will also discuss the social media platforms at Biola and provide great tips on meaningful engagement online.

 

Southern California Beach Party, SOS Group Locations

2:30 pm – 9:30 pm

$$

Come experience one of Southern California’s best natural attractions. Take a break and beat the heat at our SOS annual Beach Party. Come have some fun in the sand and sun with incoming students and SOS leaders. Play games, swim, meet people, have dinner, and bring this evening to a close around a bonfire led in worship by our Chapel Programs worship teams. Prior registration and $25 payment available here.  Bus transportation and a brown bag dinner are included with your ticket purchase.

Tuesday, August 26

Student Life Orientation

 

Pack-Out Breakfast and Devotions, Your SOS Group Meeting Location

8:00 am - 8:50 am

Rise and Shine! Make the most of this opportunity to connect with those in your SOS group and hear personally from your SOS Leader. Check with your SOS Leader for the exact meeting spot.

 

Spiritual Development Seminar, Tent on McNally Field

9:00 am - 9:45 am (Mandatory for all new students)

The University’s Dean of Spiritual Development, Dr. Todd Pickett, will present some of the opportunities for spiritual development during these next few years and discuss the role that the various chapel programs can play in your relationship with God. You will learn about some of the traditional events in the Biola Community including chapels, the Torrey Bible Conference and the Missions Conference. Because chapel itself is a central aspect of your spiritual development here at Biola, the discipline and rhythm of regular chapel attendance will be emphasized.  Finally, Barbara Miller, Director of Christian Formation & Ministry, will discuss the call to discipleship, ministry and gospel proclamation as integral aspects of your spiritual development.

 

Campus Safety Seminar, Tent on McNally Field

9:50 am - 10:20 am (Mandatory for all new students)

John Ojeisekhoba, the Chief of Campus Safety, will give some important and critical insights on how to ensure your safety while here at Biola and steps to take during certain kinds of major emergencies.  

 

The Biola Community, Tent on McNally Field

10:25 am - 11:10 am (Mandatory for all new students)

What are the building blocks of the Biola Community experience?  What purposes do the Community Standards fulfill in our living and learning together?  What is my role and responsibility to Diversity within the Biola Community?  In this session, we will seek to answer these questions and unpack the critical role that personal responsibility will play in your Biola experience.

 

Commuter Student Hospitality House, Upper Student Union – The Collegium

11:10 am  - 7:00 pm

Commuters—You’re invited to come hang out in the Collegium in-between sessions!

 

Mandatory Meeting for all New Nursing Majors, Mayers Auditorium

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

 

Mandatory Meeting for all Music Majors, Crowell Hall

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Music Majors will meet with their performance area faculty, ask questions, and meet other students in their specific major.

Composition: Dr. Denham, Room 101A

Voice: Dr. Robison, Room 122

Piano: Dr. Hung, Room 105

Strings: Mr. Owen, Ms. Larson, Recital Hall

Woodwind, Brass, & Percussion: Mr. Feller, Mr. Hulling, Room 124

Guitar: Jeff Askew, Worship Annex

 

Mandatory Meeting for All Incoming Cinema and Media Arts Students:  A Strong Start - Share in the Vision, CMA Production Center

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

 

PR Student Welcome, Lehman Board Conference Room (Upper Metzger) - EVENT ADDED 7/28/14

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Come discover all the ways to plug into the major, tips for academic advising, and activities you can participate in to make the most of your time while in the program. This is the perfect way to get a strong start to your time at Biola!

 

Student Union Open House, Student Union Building (SUB)

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Come and meet the Student Missionary Union, Associated Students, the Chimes newspaper staff, the Biolan yearbook staff, Christian Formation and Ministry, and Commuter Life where they all come together, in the Student Union Building! Biola's leadership and ministry opportunities are diverse and there are plenty of ways to develop your talents and interests. So if you're interested in missions, prayer, event planning, student government, clubs, intramurals, journalism, local ministry opportunities and connecting with fellow commuters, drop by the Student Union Open House and meet the people who make it possible!

 

Student Life Workshops, McNally Classrooms

3:30 pm - 4:20 pm (Mandatory for all new students)

Special seminars presented by the SOS Staff and other Student Life groups to help you in your transition. Learn about the Biola community traditions, mission trips, student employment opportunities, and more from your student leaders.

 

SOS Class Tour, Check with your SOS Leader for location

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Not sure where your classes are? You’ll want to meet up with your SOS Leader and SOS group for a fun and interactive class tour. Be sure to bring a print-out of your class schedule so your SOS Leader can help you locate your classes.

 

Commuter Students – Chips + Salsa in the Collegium! Upper Student Union

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Come rest and relax before the Academic Commencement Dinner.  To dress for the Academic Commencement Dinner you can either meet up with your SOS group at 5:30 pm and get ready together in a residence hall, or change in the SUB and go together with others from the Collegium.

 

Academic Commencement Dinner, Tent on McNally Field

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

$$ (“Sunday best” attire)

Tomorrow you will begin your academic journey in your own adventure of scholarship and excellence. Come celebrate your induction into higher education at Biola University by being a part of Biola’s Academic Commencement Dinner. A distinguished faculty member has been invited to come and share insights about your time here at Biola University and your SOS Student Directors will give you a window into their journeys as well.  Prior registration and $25 payment available here.

Wednesday, August 27

Classes Begin

 

Commuter Collegium Open House, Upper Student Union

8:30 am - 7:00 pm (No membership needed through Friday, August 29)

For more information about membership, please stop by or go to studentlife.biola.edu/commuter.  Note: closed during Convocation.

 

Convocation, Chase Gymnasium

9:30 am - 10:20 am (Mandatory for all new students)

Be sure to join the Biola community and President Barry H. Corey as we begin the school year, focusing our hearts and minds on God’s will for us as a community.  All new students are asked to sit on the chairs that are on the gym floor.

 

Lunch with Your Profs, Talbot East Andrews Banquet Room (Biblical Studies Emphasis) and Metzger Board Dining Room (Core Curriculum Emphasis)

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Come and enjoy a delicious lunch while getting to know some of the outstanding professors who will be teaching your classes.  They’ll offer valuable insights into how to be successful during your time at Biola.  Learn from their wisdom and ask your questions!  Prior registration and $5 payment available here. Space is limited!

 

Welcome Back All-Hall Meeting, Your Residence Hall

9:00 pm (or otherwise specified)

Meet with your Hall community and Residence Life Staff for an “All-Hall” gathering.  Join us for a time of connection, celebration, and community building! Check with your RA or Hall Information Board for the exact meeting location.

Thursday, August 28

Commuter Collegium Open House, Upper Student Union – The Collegium

8:30 am - 7:00 pm  (No membership needed through Friday, August 29)

For more information about membership, please stop by or go to studentlife.biola.edu/commuter

 

Lunch with Your Profs, Talbot East Andrews Banquet Room (Transfer Students) and Metzger Board Dining Room (Freshmen)

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Come and enjoy a delicious lunch while getting to know some of the outstanding professors who will be teaching your classes.  They’ll offer valuable insights into how to be successful during your time at Biola.  Learn from their wisdom and ask your questions!  Prior registration and $5 payment available here. Space is limited!

 

Transfer Student Dinner, Talbot East Andrews Banquet Room

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

A complimentary catered dinner exclusively for transfer students. Come hear from current students about their journey transferring to Biola. Faculty and staff will provide insight on how to make the most of your Biola experience.  Priror registration available here.  Space is limited!

 

Transfer Student Mixer, Sycamore Lawn

7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

After dinner, come and join other new transfer students and current students for a relaxed time of fellowship, music, and dessert.

 

Cookies, Coffee & Church Night, Fluor Fountain

9:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Tonight the Student Missionary Union wants to provide a place where you, as a new Biola student, can come and meet upperclassmen who are involved in their local church, go on short-term missions, and serve Biola.  This is a time to sit and enjoy a warm cup of coffee and a delicious cookie while building relationships and learning how you can get involved in the completion of the Great Commission on Biola's campus. 

Friday, August 29

Commuter Collegium Open House, Upper Student Union – The Collegium

8:30 am – 5:30 pm (No membership needed through Friday, August 29)

Commuter Students!  The Collegium has extended hours today so that you can hang out in the Collegium and then walk over to the AS Splash Event at 6:00 pm!  For more information about membership, please stop by or go to studentlife.biola.edu/commuter.

 

Lunch with Your SOS Group, Various Locations

12:00 noon (or otherwise specified)

Check with your SOS Leader to find the specific time and location for your Group lunch!

 

AS Splash & Dinner, Your SOS Group Meeting Location

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$$

You won’t want to miss the AS Splash event.  You’ll be joining new and returning students at this Associated Student-sponsored BIOLA TRADITION. It’s a great way to kick off your first weekend at Biola after classes have started. Your ticket includes dinner from In-N-Out, entrance into the Splash! water park, and a night of fun entertainment with your fellow Biolans.  Please register and pay ($5) for this event here. (Current students must sign a release of liability at the event.)

Saturday, August 30

SOS Community Service Day, Meet at Sutherland Auditorium

8:00 am - 12:00 pm

(Chapel Credit)

Come and end this week by serving together. We will be assisting local churches and the community through yard work, painting, cleaning, and more! Join us for fun and fellowship as we serve the local community together.

 

Soul Group Info Night, Sutherland Auditorium

6:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Would you like to be part of a small group in a comfortable setting? Come and hear how you can be a part of this great opportunity. You’ll hear from students who have participated in Soul Groups this past year as well as SOS Leaders that will be leading Soul Groups this fall semester. Bring a friend!

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