Camp Jack is a FREE six-week boot camp for college juniors and seniors and recent college graduates who have been out of the classroom for a maximum of two years who want to learn more about the advertising and creative industries. You don’t need to be an advertising or marketing major, but curiosity, collaboration and […]
Interested in studying off-campus internationally and domestically during the 2021-2022 academic semesters and/or year? Join us for informational sessions from October 12 thru October 16. See the website for details.
The 19th Sunday after Pentecost; Service of Holy Communion. Associate College Pastor Katherine Fick will deliver the sermon presided by College Pastor Matthew Marohl. James E. Bobb, Associate Professor in Music and the Cantor for the Student Congregation, will assist. Sunday Worship is a time of inspiration and worship for body, mind, and spirit; a […]
Join us for our sixth episode of Sounds from St. Olaf, hosted by Dr. Arthur Haecker.
The chapel speaker today will be Olaf Hall-Holt, Associate Professor of Computer Science. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If you are unable […]
Have you wondered what exciting professional opportunities language skills can offer, in addition to the field of education? Join us for an hour long conversational session, complete with Q&A, where we will discuss how a language background can open the door to an array of inspiring international careers, jobs, fellowships, and even graduate school. Great […]
Join us to kick off the IOS Off-Campus Study Fair for 2021-2022 Semester, Year & Summer Programs! Click to register for the event now! Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. RSVP link - https://stolaf.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrdumtpjMpH9BpoPVPANpj5uv_UFSJ2bkZ Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/welcome-event-off-campus-study-fair-2021-2022-semester-year-summer-programs
If you've ever thought about seeking therapy but aren't sure where to start, this is the presentation for you! We will be exploring how to find the right therapist, different types of therapy, and what the therapy process might look like. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/all-about-therapy
Connect with alumni in Statistics and Data Science who will share tips, preparation, and experience related to graduate school (Masters and PhD). Confirmed Panelists: Robyn Ferg ‘14 PhD in Statistics at Michigan Ryan Peterson ‘14 PhD in Biostatistics at Iowa Kate Virkler ‘10 MS in Statistics at Missouri Sam Walczak ‘14 MS in Data Science […]
The chapel speaker today will be College Pastor Matthew Marohl. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If you are unable to join us […]
Want to study abroad (internationally or domestically) during the 2021-2022 academic semesters/year? October 13 thru 16 we will have Q&A sessions with domestic and international partners abroad. You will click on the link from the webpage to register. An email will be sent directly to you with information to login. Registration can be done anytime […]
If you wake up every morning and drink 1...or 2...or 3...or more cups of caffeinated drinks this presentation is for you! We will be discussing how caffeine impacts your body chemically, physically, and emotionally. We will also look into the appropriate amounts of caffeine recommended, caffeine consumption on campus, and common misconceptions about caffeine. Lastly, […]
The chapel speaker today will be Associate College Pastor Katherine Fick. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If you are unable to join […]
Tabling outside BC to bring about awareness! Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/artsakh-war-awareness
Blood drive tabling and sign-up for an off-campus blood drive. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/apo-blood-drive-tabling-2
"Craft & Sip" to show our appreciation to St. Olaf's NYC teachers! On Wednesday, October 14th at 6:00 pm EST, we will be hosting a virtual crafting happy hour with all the materials provided! All participants who RSVP before October 2nd will be sent a craft package with all materials you'll need to create beautiful handmade […]
This presentation will cover body image in a few different aspects. Join Wellness Center Peer Educators Julia and Summer to discuss body image and social media, how self-talk can benefit mental wellness, and think about ways to help a friend going through body image issues. We will also talk about the effects that the COVID-19 […]
The chapel speaker today will be Patricia Beckman, Associate Professor of Practice in Religion. Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If you are […]
M.I.X. performance celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/m-i-x-performance
Meet with Patrick Smith from University College Dublin to learn more about graduate education in Ireland and the admissions process to one of UCD's world-class graduate degrees. Topics covered will include: entry requirements, visa process, and career prospects. Patrick will be able to provide further information for all interested students on the benefits of an […]
Kevin Crisp, Professor in Biology and the Chair of the Health Professions Committee will share detailed information about the Health Professions Committee. Although all pre-health students are welcome to attend, juniors and seniors preparing for graduate health program applications are strongly encouraged to attend, as Professor Crisp will cover information about the application process and […]
A forum on handling student apprehensions and anxieties featuring a range of panelists including Marci Sortor, Provost and Dean of the College, and Hassel Morrison, VP for Student Life.
Join the Center for Advising and Academic Support and International Off-Campus Studies for a workshop designed to help with any scholarship writing/essays intended for off-campus studies. If there are any questions pertaining to the event contact email@example.com or Bridget Draxler at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Zoom link for this virtual workshop can be found here.
Feeling stressed? Wish you could pet your stress away? Stop by our weekly one-hour structured dog program where you can sit with, pet, and interact with dogs without leaving campus. A consent form is required. This is not a wellness-swiped event. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/paw-program-pilot
The Government & Nonprofit info session is a session in preparation for the Government & Nonprofit Fair on October 30th. We will be going over how to prepare for a virtual fair including tips on networking, preparing documents, registration walkthrough, etc.
Associate Chaplain Rabbi Shosh Dworsky will lead studies in Beginning Hebrew via Zoom every Thursday starting at 4 p.m. CT. Students, staff, and faculty are all welcome. Topic: Basic Hebrew Working from this text: The First Hebrew Primer: The Adult Beginner's Path to Biblical Hebrew, Third Edition Zoom link: https://stolaf.zoom.us/j/98070138195 Meeting ID: 980 7013 8195
Tabling for an off-campus blood drive for students to sign up! Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/apo-blood-drive-sign-ups
How often do you shower? Every day? Twice a day? It all depends on what you do throughout your day and in this Wellness Center presentation we will talk about the best practices for personal hygiene. We will also discuss the ingredients in our hand sanitizer, body wash, and shampoo and the effects it has […]
We will be experiencing the new EP album Rosetta by Dua Saleh. As a queer black artist, they tackle the interssetions of their queerness and Muslim upbringing through the inspirational sounds of Rosetta Tharpe, the Godmother of rock and roll. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/discify-with-lavendar-house-and-represent
Are you a trivia buff? Join us every Thursday night for trivia sponsored by the Office of Student Activities! Each Thursday Night Trivia will consist of five themed rounds and will be hosted on Zoom. Players will submit their answers on an answer sheet. Answer sheets can be be found online. Feel free to join as […]
Fridays for Future is an event that creates a space for discussion of climate justice in current events. Through, music, chalk, conversation, guest speakers and more, we create a dialogue surrounding climate justice. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/fridays-for-future
Daily Chapel is a time of inspiration for body, mind, and spirit; a quiet harbor in a busy day; worship. Students, faculty, and staff witness to their faith and invite the community to join them. All are welcome! If you are unable to join us in person but would like to watch live or archived […]
The tabling will be in regards to bringing about awareness. Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/artsakh-war-awareness-2
Head to the Pause and join SAC in carving, painting, and decorating pumpkins! We will provide pumpkins, tools, and tunes. Come to de-stress and get in the spooky mood for the season! Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/pumpkin-decorating
Get to know your fellow student-athletes in a spike ball tournament hosted by the St. Olaf Student Athletic Advisory Board! Two people are required per team and both must sign up. The top three teams will receive free Ole gear! Learn more at http://stolaf.presence.io/event/spikeball-tournament
Bring your ideas to our first Chicago Book Club Kick-off Meeting! That's right, Chicago Oles are creating a book club and would like you to share your input. Liz Archerd '15 and Katie Maxwell '17 are hosting a Kick-off Meeting for a Chicago Alumni and Parent Book Club on October 17 from 2-3 p.m. We'll discuss […]
The Music Entertainment Committee is bringing Twin Cities band The Gully Boys to perform on the Boe Chapel Steps. Learn more at this link.