The Indianapolis Colts will conduct training camp at Anderson University for the seventh consecutive year this coming summer. Dates for the camp will be announced by the Indianapolis Colts. Thousands of fans attended the 2015 training camp, with opportunities to watch practices at AU's Macholtz Stadium and family activities available in Colts City.
On April 1 at 7 p.m., Anderson University’s Student United Way of Madison County is holding a benefit concert, In Tune with Community, to celebrate a cause that will change the lives of many children. Students at AU have planned the entirety of the concert with all proceeds benefitting local children through Born Learning, a chapter of United Way of Madison County.
The Anderson University School of Theology is offering biblical Hebrew online this summer. This will be the first time Hebrew I and Hebrew II will be available worldwide.
Classes will be taught by AU alum Professor Sarah Blake LaRose, who holds a Master of Divinity degree from the university and is proficient in both Hebrew and Greek. During her studies at the School of Theology, LaRose served as a graduate assistant in both languages.
The library is often thought of as a quiet place, strictly for studying and reading. Although that is an important aspect, the Nicholson Library has also become a place where students can find entertainment and participate in student activities. Through a partnership with the Campus Activity Board (CAB), the library has welcomed Anderson University students to join a variety of unique events.
Anderson University welcomes writer-director David Shultz, an AU alum, for a public screening of BRENNAN, the story of author, evangelist, and former Francision priest Brennan Manning (www.brennanmanningmovie.com). The screening will be conducted April 1 in York Performance Hall at 7 p.m. followed by a talkback session with the director.
The Anderson University Student Alumni Association (SAA), working out of the Office of Alumni Relations, has re-introduced the Life after AU series as SWAGG (Skills We All Gotta Get) After AU. This series is one of several to help prepare students with the necessary life skills they will need after graduation.
Anderson University encourages students to share their time, service and hearts with the community, not only for their benefit but also for the benefit of the community. Three student groups in particular logged a significant number of service hours during the fall semester 2015. AU’s Juvenile Justice, Prayer Ministries and The Christian Center groups spent more than 1,600 hours serving the campus and community.
Anderson University will welcome Bob Goff, author of the New York Times Best-Selling book Love Does and founder of Restore International, a nonprofit human rights organization operating in Uganda, India and Somalia. Goff will be a featured speaker, March 28 at 7 p.m. and March 29 at 11 a.m. Both sessions will be conducted in Reardon Auditorium and are open to the public.