Campus Ministry is committed to providing care and support to all in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. We are here for every student, and every staff and faculty member. Please feel free to contact any of us for whatever help we can provide or check out the resources we offer.
In the midst of this crisis, we in Campus Ministry reaffirm our embrace of Villanova’s commitment to being a diverse and inclusive community. Grounded in our Catholic Augustinian identity, we believe that we must never allow fear to threaten this commitment. We support all members of the University community, particularly those who are from or have connections to anywhere that has confirmed cases of COVID-19. We stand united against any targeting of people based on perceptions about identity or beliefs. And we stand with those who are most vulnerable, as together we honor the God-given dignity of every person and our call to work together for the common good.
Our CMIs are graduate ministry students who live in the first and second year residence halls in order to build community in their buildings. They each run a weekly small group conversation, called Get Real. Meet the CMIs nearest you.
Campus Ministry Retreats provide opportunities for students from all faith backgrounds to reflect on their spiritual values, step back from their regular routine, hear the faith stories of fellow students, and understand the Catholic and Augustinian values of the University.