Note: Please know that if you are traveling with AUXA, you will be sent an invoice for an additional travel fee that'll cover a rental vehicle and gas. This will be somewhere between $95 to $145, depending on the number of students coming with us.
We have an awesome team of seasoned campus ministers ready to pour into your life. SICM is intended to be life-transforming and faith-enriching week to help you fulfill your mission on the college campus and beyond. Topics will cover every component of ministry on campus—discipleship, mission, prayer, fellowship and worship. Training will be a combination of lecture and lab providing participants opportunities to practice what they’re learning.
Students will also be inspired and experience the benefit of iron sharpening iron as they live and interact with other passionate students from other East Coast campuses. You’ll stay in beautiful beach front cottages. Imagine having morning quiet times with Jesus amidst the sound of waves crashing and the frequent sight of dolphins swimming past.
When: AU Chi Alpha will be leaving early in the AM on May 14th from AU and will be arriving back in DC late on May 20th.
Note: We cannot (and do not) provide transitional housing for you (or your stuff) between the end of finals and the start of SICM. We wish we could but we have very limited housing as staff and even more limited office space. You'll need to plan for this on your own. But don't worry, it's been done before. You got this!
Where: It will be held in Nags Head, NC, a great beach on the Outer Banks. You will stay in beautiful beachfront houses, and the sessions will be held a short walk down the road, at a local conference center.
All this for how much? Register ASAP on acsicm.com and also plan on paying the AU-specific travel fee.
We have only a handful of spots available for students this year, so please fill out this interest form below. The earlier, the better! Once the spots close, we will not be able to make any more room. Jump on it! You aren't committing to go by filling this out, but it'll help us know how to fill the spots and get people "in line" when it gets closer to the event.