Student Announcements

  • Did you know? - 4 hours ago | 34 views

    Posted: 10/25/14 2:14 PM

    Did you know that it is once again time for Antonio Johnson Scholarship Nominations?

    On behalf of the University Scholarship Committee, the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center and the Black Student Association, we are pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 Antonio Johnson Scholarship Award. Any member of the Xavier community may nominate a student for this prestigious scholarship that will be awarded at the 39th Annual Antonio Johnson Scholarship Gala on Friday, April 10, 2015. The scholarship is worth full tuition, fees, room and board, and books. The winner will be awarded the scholarship for their senior year.

    If you would like to nominate a student please complete the form at the link below by Novemer 17th at 5 p.m.:

  • P&G Director of Sports Marketing to visit Xavier - 1 day ago | 68 views

    Posted: 10/24/14 6:14 PM

    Hello Everyone!

    Marketing club is pleased to announce the next Marketing Club meeting will be this upcoming Monday, October 27th, at 8:45PM in Hailstones 2!

    (Please note the room change as we are expecting a large crowd and want everyone to have a seat)


    We will be hosting, Matt Hollenkamp, the Director of Sports Marketing for P&G. Matt will have some awesome information on what it takes to be a brand manager, as well as a few cool stories on his current job working in sports marketing. Also, Buffalo Wild Wings will be provided!


    We strongly encourage you to bring your friends and those who are not in the club! All majors are welcome. This will be a great opportunity to explore one of the various areas of marketing that we will introduce you to through our speaker series.


    We look forward to seeing you all Monday night!

  • New Exhibit in McDonald Library - 1 day ago | 109 views

    Posted: 10/24/14 3:10 PM

    Come see the new exhibit “The Lord Gave and the Lord Took Away”: The Fire of 1882 located on the 3rd Floor of the McDonald Library! This exhibit is offered by Charles Rosebrough, a Senior HAB major, in conjunction with the Xavier University Archives. The exhibit stems from Charles' work transcribing and translating the Archives manuscript Historia Domus?, a collection of annual reports written by Jesuit house historians of  the downtown St. Xavier Church.  Historia Domus offers new insight into the enormous fire which occurred the night of April 6-7, 1882, a $100,000 fire that completely gutted St. Xavier Church. This event influenced the development of the Jesuits’ property downtown and St. Xavier’s relationship with the city at large. The exhibit includes photos, a fire artifact, the Historia Domus and more! The exhibit will continue until November 26th.



    1-St Xavier Church Fire Poster in Word.docx

  • XUIAC Votes Best Halloween Costume - 1 day ago | 143 views

    Posted: 10/24/14 11:37 AM

    The Xavier University International Animation Club (XUIAC) will be hosting the first annual Costume Contest as our first event of the year.  The contest will be for anyone dressed as a character from any animated production  (TV/Movie/Gaming/Etc), but all are welcome to attend.  There will be light refreshments provided and prizes for contestants are provided on behalf of Commuter Council.  It will be in room 413 of the Conaton Learning Commons.  You can find our flyer attached to this announcement with all the information.  Please come out and support our organization!


  • Crash The Party - 1 day ago | 227 views

    Posted: 10/24/14 10:20 AM

    Only a few tables left to win Kindle Fires or an Ipod shuffle or gift certificates. Grab your classmates or club members and form a team to play against faculy, staff and alumni and Crash the Party during Reunion Weekend. Don't let the alums have all the fun. Join them Friday, Nov. 7th in Duff's 8 PM- 11 PM. Food and beverages available. $3/student or table of 10 $30 or the Xavier budget. Contest hosted by Xavier grad Mark Arminio. To register go to 

  • Social Media Security - 1 day ago | 119 views

    Posted: 10/24/14 8:24 AM

    This week's topic for National Cyber Security Awareness month is social media security. For tips on how to protect yourself online, click here.

    For more information:

  • Ambassador of Colombia on campus 10/31 - 2 days ago | 236 views

    Posted: 10/23/14 2:17 PM

    On Friday, October 31, Luis Carlos Villegas, Ambassador of Colombia to the United States will speak on “The New Colombia – A Successful Case of U.S. Foreign Policy” at 10:00 am in the Cintas Center banquet room.  This event is free and will last one hour.  Villegas was appointed Ambassador in 2013 [his first ambassadorial post] and has been a leader in both the public and private sectors, including most recently as President of the National Business Association of Colombia. He’s also a member of the Colombian government’s negotiating team. Villegas briefly attended Xavier, and received both his bachelor’s degree in socioeconomics and law degree from the Jesuit Universidad Javeriana in Bogota, and submitted a D.A. in Public Administration from the University of Paris.  Please RSVP at  Call X4272 with questions.  Thank you.

  • Xavier Choirs Present "A Lifetime of Singing" - 2 days ago | 197 views

    Posted: 10/23/14 11:41 AM

    On Wednesday, October 29 at 8:00pm, the XU Choral Department will present their fall concert, entitled "A Lifetime of Singing."

    The choirs will perform an integrated program inspired by how we, as singers, use music to celebrate , mourn, commune, and relate events and periods in our lives. Featured composers include Eric Barnum, Daniel Gawthrop, Claudin de Sermisy, Domick Argento, Tim Sarsany, Franz Schubert, Dan Forrest, Edvard Greig, Zebulon Highben, Ruth Watson Henderson, David Childs, and Moses Hogan.

    The Xavier choirs are conducted by Dr. Thomas Merrill and Dr. Ricahrd Schnipke, and accompanied by pianist, Jan Corrothers.

    The Concert will be held in Bellarmine Chapel.  Admission is free and the doors open to the public 20 minutes prior to the start time.

    For more information:


  • Spanish Cultural Event: Pan's Labyrinth - 2 days ago | 152 views

    Posted: 10/23/14 9:01 AM

    In the spirit of Halloween XU Spanish Club will be showing the film Pan's Labyrinth. This will count towards a Spanish Cultural Event. Truly, a great film from Guillermo del Toro. 

    Date: Wednesday Oct. 29th 
    Location: CLC Kennedy Auditorium 
    Time: 6:00 PM 


  • MANDATORY XUIM Captains Meeting Tonight! - 2 days ago | 164 views

    Posted: 10/23/14 8:40 AM

    XUIM Mandatory Captains Meeting Tonight


    CLC Kennedy Auditorium @ 6PM


    We need all Captains to fill out availability for Volleyball & Basketballl!

    Please send a team representative!

  • Study Abroad Safety: Information Session - 3 days ago | 198 views

    Posted: 10/22/14 3:31 PM

    Tomorrow, Thursday, October 23, from 4:00-5:00pm, join us for an information session with guest speaker from the FBI  to discuss safety while studying abroad. Topics will include: national security, export restrictions and protecting your proprietary information. The session will take place in Gallagher Student Center, room 330. 

    For more information contact the Center for International Education at 513-745-2864 or 

  • Fredin Scholarship Information Session - 3 days ago | 194 views

    Posted: 10/22/14 2:19 PM

    Come to the Fredin Memorial Scholarship information session on Monday, October 27th at 8 PM in Schott 1010 (top floor lounge). You will get the chance to hear from past participants and to find out how to be eligible. 

    Scholarship(s), which will cover a substantial part of the program’s cost, will be awarded for 2015?2016. Winners will have a choice of a full academic year or a semester of studies in Paris or Grenoble, France through The American Institute for Foreign Study. 

    Applications are now being accepted. Deadline is on or before 4:00 PM Friday, November 7, 2014. 

    Call 513-745-3171 or email to receive an application packet.

    Also the link below gives you more information on eligibility.

    1-Fredin Info Session Flyer.docx

  • 2015-2016 Academic Calendar - 3 days ago | 396 views

    Posted: 10/22/14 12:44 PM

    The 2015-2016 Academic Calendar is now available:

    For more information or questions about the Academic Calendar please contact the Office of the Registrar.

  • Greece 2015 Summer Study Abroad - 3 days ago | 139 views

    Posted: 10/22/14 12:23 PM

    There will be a general information about Greece 2015 Summer Study Abroad on Thursday, 10/30, 7:00-7:30, on the 10th floor of Schott. If you have not attended a previous information and are interested in learning more about the classes and itinerary, please stop by. You can also learn more by visiting the Study Abroad  website under Faculty Led  Programs, reading the attachment, or contacting Dr. Shannon Byrne (


  • Securing your mobile device! - 4 days ago | 374 views

    Posted: 10/21/14 1:57 PM

    This week's topic for National Cyber Security Awareness month is mobile device security. For tips on how to protect your mobile devices, click here.

    For more information:

  • Two Day Sale- All for One Shops at University Stat. . . - 4 days ago | 498 views

    Two Day Sale- All for One Shops at University Station & GSC

    Posted: 10/21/14 12:02 PM

    Our Two-Day Sale is going on Now! Come visit the All for One Shops at University Station and Gallagher Student Center.

    Take 25% off the following: 
    Hooded Sweatshirts; Men's, Women's, Kids'
    Sweatpants; Men's, Women's, Kids' 
    Select Tailgate Merchandise 
    Writing Instruments 
    Backpacks, Totes, and Fashion Bags 
    Emblematic Tech Accessories 
    Additional 25% off Clearance 
    Visit us in-store or shop online now at

  • Transition Core Degree Audit - 5 days ago | 518 views

    Posted: 10/20/14 4:10 PM

    Thanks to the rapid work of the Registrar's office, you can now check your completed courses against the transition core using Degreeworks.  See here for instructions.

    Transition students are any students who will be returning in F15.  For the most part, this means non-seniors.  During this advising period, remember that many answers about the core changes can be found at

    For more information:

  • Tea with the Saints! - 5 days ago | 171 views

    Posted: 10/20/14 2:53 PM

    Looking for some saintly assistance on your next exam? Did you know that there is a patron saint of test-takers? Would you believe that most people thought he was a dummy? Come join us for "Tea with the Saints" this Wednesday, Oct. 22nd at 10pm in Gallagher Clocktower Lounge to sip tea and learn about St. Joseph of Cupertino via a student presentation!

  • Rosalie - 5 days ago | 550 views

    Posted: 10/20/14 10:09 AM

    Join us tonight for a presentation by Rosalie Riegle on Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker movement, which will be an opportunity for us to celebrate the work being done in our own local community. Monday, October 17, at 7 p.m. in the Conaton Board Room.

  • XUIM Flag Football Championships TONIGHT - 5 days ago | 241 views

    Posted: 10/20/14 10:00 AM

    Come out for the Flag Football Championship games tonight at the Xavier Soccer Complex

    Men's Flag

    2 semi-final games starting at 8PM-Winners play at 10PM for Championship Game


    #1-Dough Boyz Cash Out vs #4-Lolz

    #2-No Flex Zone vs #6-Multiple Scoregasms

    Coed Flag

    Championship game at 9PM

    #1-Gridiron Gang vs #3-Dream Team feat. The 'Nese



    All Are Welcome!