We understand that college students are eager to experience freedom from parental supervision, and that this is a normal process for young adults as they transition from family faith and values to those of their own. We also believe, however, that an inter-generational community can play an important role in a student’s life- and faith-development. It may be inviting a student to a Sunday meal or family game time, or informal or formal mentoring times around a meal or a cup of coffee. A small investment of time and resources can yield great dividends in this critical time in a student’s life.
Men and women who are interested in playing this kind of role should contact their local Study Center Director.