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In the category of Dean of Students, Residence Life, Housing, and related: Providence College for the “Gentlemen of St. Joseph Hall” program. The goal of this program is to help men construct a godly and healthy concept of masculinity that include the five values of the residential community: respect, courage, integrity, compassion, and faith. Resident assistants and resident peer ministers work with the participants to explore what it means to be a brother, community member, and gentleman.
We are excited about the 2017 conference theme: "Journey for the Dream: Catholic Higher Education as a Compass for Students." It is our hope that this year's theme will lead to conversations about how our work influences and supports our students' journey through life. The conference committee invites all to share your events, programs, policies, initiatives and practices by presenting at this summer's conference.
The 2016 ASACCU Conference explored the theme, “Catholic higher education through the eyes of our students.” Students from many campuses submitted footage and we are happy to showcase content from all submissions at the conference!