Study, Serve, Share. This is the motto of the Tri-S program at Anderson University. Students integrate service, learning and personal growth during trips around the world. Anderson University’s men’s basketball team is embarking on a unique Tri-S trip to the Dominican Republic in May to serve, learn, grow and enjoy the game.
Anderson University and 98.7 The Song (formerly known as WQME 98.7) will host Christian contemporary band Building 429 for the Unashamed Tour on Thursday, April 28, at 7 p.m. Joining Building 429 will be Colton Dixon and All Things New.
The Center for Public Service, established in 1974, has provided student after student with unique opportunities for those who plan on pursuing careers in public service. From well-known alumni such as Anderson University President John Pistole to current students like senior Colleen Grile, the program has helped students explore careers and develop professional skills.
The numbers are in and reveal that Anderson University students spent more than 7,500 hours during the fall semester serving in the Anderson community.
Thanks to the generosity of a member of the Anderson University alumni family, nursing students from the School of Nursing, Kinesiology, and Behavioral Science were well represented at the Global Missions Health Conference this year in Louisville, Ky. Nursing students and faculty attended the conference last November.
Anderson University alumni offer great connections for current students when it comes to networking and growing in their educational experience. Emma Moore, a junior Christian ministries major with a complementary major in business administration, received an opportunity for a remarkable internship in Texas through an alumni relationship.
Anderson University has a special room where students brainstorm and learn together by writing on the walls. Where faculty and staff learn from experts by participating in webinars. Where playing with toys and moving the furniture around is encouraged. This space is the IDEA-U lab, and it’s just one part of an initiative to empower AU students to think and work differently.
Last summer, Anderson University students Ian Oechsle, Cameron Mason and Trey Hutchinson took the Gospel to the streets of Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla. The summer-long opportunity was part of the Orlando Project. During their time in Orlando the students attended classes and sessions to learn about discipleship and evangelism while working a job at Universal Studios.