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Look for the * because it means it’s required for all First Year Students! 
>9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. >Residence Halls
Freshmen Move-In
 
>11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. >Student Center
Student Services Check-in
All Students(Commuters, too) can pick up mail key, parking permit, turn in medical forms, etc. 
 
>3:00 p.m. >meet in Student Center Dining Room
Advising Meeting*
 
>3:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc Room
Letting Go
An optional, but final, opportunity for parents to casually discuss with administrators any remaining issues, questions or feelings as their son or daughter begin their college experience.  
 
>5:00 p.m. >Student Center - Dining Room
Welcome Dinner
Students and their families are invited to enjoy a dinner in their honor.  
 
>6:30 p.m. >Residence Halls
Freshmen Floor Meeting 1*
 
>6:30 p.m. >Student Center Lounge
Freshmen Commuter Meeting 1*
 
>8:00 p.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
New Student Welcome & Induction*
 
>9:30 p.m. >Student Center - Dining Room
Badger Bingo
Students are invited to socialize and snack as they try their luck at winning prizes to kick off their college experience! Prizes will include Residence Hall Room essentials, SHC must-haves and even a book scholarship!
>8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. >New Hall Lobby
Upperclassmen Check-In
 
>11:00 a.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Choir & Music Rehearsal
 
>12:00 p.m. >Student Center - Dining Room
Lunch
 
>12:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc Room A
Donnelly Scholars Lunch (Invitation Only)
 
>1:00 p.m. >meet in Student Center Dining Room
WOW Rotations*
 
>7:00p.m. >Residence Halls
Freshmen Floor Meeting 2*
 
>7:00 p.m. >Student Center
Freshmen Commuter Meeting 2*
 
>9:00 p.m. >Outlaw Recreation Center
Badger Bounce*
Tennis or other soft-soled shoes required for this event.  Wear shorts or long pants, no skirts please.
 
>11:00 p.m. >Late Night Breakfast
>11:00 a.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Mass
 
>12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. >New Hall Lobby
Upperclassmen Check-In
 
>3:15 p.m. >Residence Halls
Freshmen Floor Meeting 3*
 
>4:00 p.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Mass of the Holy Spirit
A long tradition in Jesuit Education, during this liturgy we gather as an entire college community, to pray for the Holy Spirit to be with us in the coming academic year.
 
>5:00 p.m. >Student Center - Dining Room
Welcome Picnic
All students, faculty and staff are invited to kick off the academic year with dinner, music and games.
 
>8:00 p.m. >Residence Halls
Upperclassmen Floor Meeting (Required for all returning students.)
 
>9:00 p.m. >Student Center Lobby
Need help finding your classes?  Meet with upperclassmen who can guide you around campus, just in time for classes to begin Monday morning! 
>5:00pm Student Center LeBlanc C
SHC Italy Center Interest Session 
 
>8:00 p.m. > McKinney’s at the Hill
Kickoff MCKinney Mixer
Sponsored by Campus Programming Board. It’s the first mixer of the year in McKinney’s. 
>11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. >McKinney’s at the Hill
Commuter Social
Commuter students are invited to take a break at this come and go event.  Enjoy food and beverages as you learn more about what is happening at SHC in the upcoming year!
 
>7:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc*
Learning Communities Kick-Off (required for all LC residents)
  
>9:00 p.m. >Student Center Lobby
Game Night
>4:00 p.m. > Byrne Memorial Hall
Foley Center Community Service Fair
Don't miss this chance to learn more about giving back to others in our community. 
>11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. >Student Center
Badger Expo
Don’t miss this chance to get more information on student organizations, campus programs, and community involvement opportunities. Also, check out local restaurants, stores, banks and other vendors to see what they have to offer. There will be plenty of food, fun and prizes for everyone! Free lunch!
 
>9:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc
Interfraternity Council Recruitment Interest Meeting 
 
>9:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc
Panhellenic Recruitment Interest Meeting
>11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. >Student Center
Free Art Friday
Take some time out of your day to decorate a megaphone in the Student Center, and don't forget to cheer on the Badgers!
 
>8:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc
CPB Present Mission IMPROVable
Mission IMPROVable returns for another year of big laughs!  Enjoy this comedy event with friends and free pizza, courtesy of your Campus Programming Board. 
 
>11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. > McKinney's at the Hill 
College Football Game Day 
Come out to McKinney's from 10:00  a.m. until 9:00 p.m. to watch the games!  Enjoy snacks for the Virginia Tech v. Alabama game at 4:30 p.m.
 
>5:00 p.m. >Library Field
Men's Soccer 
 
>6:00 p.m. >Student Center
Badgers on the Town: BayBears Baseball Game
One person signed up for the game will be drawn to throw the first pitch!  Tickets are free.  Sign up in the Center for Student Involvement by August 30th.  Buses leave the Student Center at 6:00 p.m. 
 
>11:00 a.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Mass
 
>12:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Music & Liturgy Interest Meeting
 
>3:00 p.m.  Student Center LeBlanc
Mid-Day Matinee: Man of Steel 
 
>9:00 p.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Student Mass
 
 >10:00 p.m. Student Center LeBlanc
SGA Social 
>12:00 p.m. >Library Field
Women's Soccer
 
>1:00 p.m. >Outlaw Recreation Center
Dodgeball Tournament and Recreation Center Open House
>12:00 p.m. >Student Center
SGA Informational Meeting
 
>12:15 p.m & 5:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc Room
Beginnings Retreat Meeting
 
>3:00 p.m. >Outside Student Center 
Free Snocones!
 
>7:00 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc Room
RAD Demonstration (for females only)
 
>9:00 p.m. >Student Center Lobby
Game Night
 
>11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. >Student Center Lobby
Make Your Own Door Dec
 
>12:15 p.m. & 4:30 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc
ISIP Interest Meeting
 
>7:00 p.m. Student Center
SGA Informational Meeting 
>11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. >Student Center
Lemonade for MS
Stop by and grab a glass of lemonade, all proceeds go to Multiple-Sclerosis.
 
>12:00 p.m.  >Student Center LeBlanc Room
Mandatory Club President's Meeting
Sponsored by the Center for Student Involvement, this meeting is required for all club presidents. Policies will be reviewed and important information presented. If the club president is unable to attend, a responsible member of the club may attend.
 
>12:15 p.m. & 5:00 p.m. > Student Center LeBlanc
International Service Immersion Program Interest Session
 
>6:00 p.m. >Outlaw Recreation Center
Women's Volleyball
 
>8:30 p.m. >Student Center LeBlanc
Student's for Life Kickoff Cookie Social 
 
>9:00 p.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Praise & Worship
> 4:00 p.m. >Library Field
SGA Soccer Tailgate 
 
> 4:30 p.m. >Off Campus
Beginnings Retreat
Sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry, this retreat, open to members of all faiths, provides an overnight experience of new students to meet new friends and learn from upperclassmen what to expect their first year on the Hill.  
 
>5:00 p.m. >Library Field
Men's Soccer
 
>10:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. >McKinney's at the Hill 
Team Trivia
Come out to the first of our weekly Live Trivia Nights!  Bring some friends, enjoy food specials, and play as a team to win prizes such as $50 in Badger Bucks.  The top three teams each Friday night will win a prize and work towards becoming the top team on campus! 
> All Day >McKinney’s at the Hill
Game Day at McKinney’s
Experience College Football Game Day on the big screens in McKinney’s.  Food specials will be available. 
 
>1 :00 p.m. >Library Field
Men's Soccer
 
> All Day >McKinney’s at the Hill
Explore Mobile
>11:00 a.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Mass
 
>All Day >Various
Explore Mobile
See the WOW Schedule for a list of exciting things to do in the gorgeous Azalea City.
 
>3:00 p.m. >Library Field
Women's Soccer 
 
>9:00 p.m. >St. Joseph Chapel
Student Mass

August 23 - September 7
 
Welcome home to Spring Hill College!  Weeks of Welcome (WOW) kick off the 2013-2014 school year with style.  Expect two whole weeks packed with programs, events and activities to help you learn more about campus, get to know other students and have fun.  Experience new traditions and lots of Badger Spirit during the two weeks in college that make you say WOW!
August 29, 2013

Badger Expo is held each fall and allows students to explore over 100 booths with representatives from registered student organizations, campus departments, community organizations, local businesses and area churches. This event is a great opportunity to discover what Spring Hill College and the surrounding community have to offer!

As the “living room” of campus, the Student Center is a hub for social programs and events.  Students can catch dinner and a movie in the dining room, de-stress as they participate in Free Art Fridays, enjoy an afternoon social, participate in game night or even check out a local musicians in McKinney's at the Hill.
Throughout each semester, students have the opportunity to participate in special “Badgers on the Town” events.  These events, which are geared towards connecting students with the surrounding community, are offered at a deep discount, costing only $1.00 - $10.00 per student.  Students can take advantage of local cultural, sporting and music events as well as festivals and other fun activities.  For a full schedule of events, click here.

October 25-27, 2013
 
Each fall, we invite the families of SHC students to join us for Family Weekend.  The weekend, which is packed with sporting events, social activities and special campus programs, gives family members a chance to enjoy the Spring Hill College experience with their student.
More information will be provided about this weekend after fall move-in.  
 

In collaboration with students and campus departments, CSI coordinates seminars, workshops, and other experiential opportunities aimed at providing students with the tools and skills to be a responsible leader in service to others.  Programs are open to all students who want to interact with other students, discuss critical issues and build important leadership skills.


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