The primary opportunity to investigate Christ or grow in a relationship with Christ is through relational small groups that take place all over campus. Contact your local Campus Outreach staff for opportunities to participate in one.
Campus meetings vary from campus to campus with most offering a time of worship, teaching, and fellowship one evening a week.
Attend a weekend retreat. There are one or two-night trips designed to offer a time of teaching, worship, and fellowship away from the distractions of daily life.
Attend the annual New Year’s Conference. This annual conference offers students the opportunity to strengthen their personal relationship with Jesus Christ or simply seek answers to spiritual questions.
Invest time in a Summer Project. A ten-week missions and training project for college Christians. The purpose of the project is to help each student grow in his or her personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to share the good news of Christ with others.
Invest your summer overseas as a student missionary with a Cross Cultural Project (CCP). A CCP is an overseas missions and training project that exposes students to the need for the Gospel in all parts of the world. Students will spend their days on a college campus meeting students in their classes, clubs, and other activities. This allows CCP students to develop relationships with the international students and open the door to sharing the gospel and explaining the basics of Christianity.
Students generally do not apply to participate in a CCP. Campus Directors and staff are responsible for selecting CCP team members. For more information on the CCP for your campus, contact your campus director or staff member.