The first few weeks at college can be a confusing time for any new student, whether you are a first-year student or a transfer. Finding friends and a community to surround yourself with can be a difficult proposition.
For the religious among you, this can be even more daunting. Perhaps your parents have only surrounded you with individuals who share your beliefs during the course of your life. Therefore, you might not be sure how to find like-minded folks in this huge mass of humanity, which makes up your new home. Others have just recently come into the faith and are looking for a group of individuals who can help them grow and mature in their new-found beliefs.
For many of you, I’ve got nothing. You’re on your own. For any of you who are Christian or interested in learning more about this “Jesus Christ” fellow, I’ve got some advice.
Do you wear or own Patagonia clothing? Were you popular in high school and want to feel like you’re popular in college? Do you enjoy hearing every detail about the various crushes between members of this campus ministry? Do you want to have a bunch of fun while ministering to middle and high school students? If so, try out UNC College Life.
Do you want to put more time into a campus ministry than a pre-med student puts into homework? Are you OK with constantly being asked if you are going to spend your summer doing “City Project”? Are you passionate about evangelizing and prayer-walking? If you’ve answered yes to these questions, Summit College is the place to be.