August 19 - September 4, 2016
Welcome home to Spring Hill College!  Weeks of Welcome (WOW) kick off the 2016-2017 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 25, 2016

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. 

October 21-23, 2016
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. 

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.