Many students in the sophomore year begin to feel a sense of spiritual confusion or even loss as they encounter new ideas and experiences, while at the same time find themselves trying to make decisions about their vocation, friends, future, etc.
If you happen to find yourself in this transition, you already know that it can feel difficult and even frustrating at times.
However, it's important to know that you're not alone.
In an effort to keep you from feeling alienated from your peers or in an unnecessary fog, Belmont is offering sophomore students programs and opportunities to explore, understand, and grow in their faith through service and discussion.
Opportunities may include:
Living a Better Story - Inspired by The New York Times best-selling author Donald Miller's newest book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, programs designed specifically for sophomores will help you discover new and meaningful ways to live life to its fullest potential.
Spiritual Discernment Convocation Series -Led by University Ministries, this new series will help you address needs, issues, and concerns unique to the sophomore student population.
Spring Break Immersion Trips - Spend Spring Break serving others through ministry and service.
Career & Calling Week – Held during the Spring semester as a joint program with University Ministries and the Office of Career Services, this program centers on a nationally-known speaker who explores calling and vocation as a concept for all students.