Student Announcements

  • 2016 Rome Program Information Session - 1 day ago | views

    Posted: 10/7/15 1:04 PM

    Our final information sessions for the 2016 Winter and Summer programs in Rome will take place in Alter Hall 203 on Tuesday, October 13 and Wednesday, October 14 at 4:15pm.

    Come and Learn how you can participate in this great opportunity to earn Xavier core credits while living in The Eternal City!

  • Talk to a Librarian & Get a Free Water Bottle - 1 day ago | 208 views

    Posted: 10/7/15 9:14 AM

    Librarians will be staffing a table in Alter Hall today from 12:45 -- 2:45pm on the first floor near Bellarmine Chapel. They will offer research assistance ideas for papers and projects. Free gift to students for stopping by and talking with them! For questions, please contact Vicki Young at

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  • Back by Popular Demand - 3 more Mentor Program Inf. . . - 1 day ago | 67 views

    Back by Popular Demand - 3 more Mentor Program Info Sessions

    Posted: 10/7/15 9:09 AM

    We had over 120 students attend Monday's "last" info session and we know several of you were unable to attend.  Therefore, we've added 3 more Mentor Program info session dates!  

    Tues., Oct. 13th @ 5:00pm

    Wed., Oct. 14th @ 4:00pm AND a separate session directly follows @ 4:30 pm

    All sessions are in Kennedy Auditorium (412 CLC)

    If you are graduating in 2017 or 2018, do not miss out on your opportunity to be matched with a Mentor through the Xavier Mentor Program.  Mentors are professionals who have 5 - 35 years of work experience, many of them Xavier alumni, who can guide you on your path from classroom to career.  Get insider info on possible career paths, industries, companies and more.  This Program is open to students of any major!

    Choose one of the dates listed above and during the 30 minute session, hear current Mentees and Mentors share their first hand experiences with the Xavier Mentor Program. Questions?  Contact Sarah Brinker-Good.

    For more information:

  • Volleyball and Cornhole with Carlos Dunlap Foundat. . . - 2 days ago | views

    Volleyball and Cornhole with Carlos Dunlap Foundation

    Posted: 10/6/15 10:25 PM

    Come be part of a volleyball (3v3) or cornhole (2v2) tournament at the Volleyball Blitz featuring Carlos Dunlap and friends from the Cincinnati Bengals! 

    When: Friday, Oct 9, 6pm
    Where: HAHANA Beach 7605 Wooster Pike
    How: Sign up at

    Sign up as teams or individuals to place for a chance to win prizes!

    $15 individual
    $25 cornhole team
    $40 volleyball team

    Made possible by the Carlos Dunlap Foundation and Natty Nutrition

  • Gender Bias, Sexism, and Stereotypes in STEM - 2 days ago | 113 views

    Posted: 10/6/15 5:37 PM

    The Center for Diversity and Inclusion cordially invites you  to attend Gender Bias, Sexism and Stereotypes in STEM, an evening with Patricia Valoy as part of our I.D. Series. Tonight at 6:00pm in CLC 412 Kennedy Auditorium.

    Patricia Valoy is an engineer and project manager, feminist writer, and STEM advocate based out of New York. Patricia writes and speaks on a variety of issues pertaining to women in STEM and other male-dominated fields, particularly as it relates to women of color and underrepresented minorities.

    The Center for Diversity and Inclusion Identity Development Series (I.D.) brings the campus together to academically engage in lectures, student research presentations, dialogues or performances that invites attendees to critically think about their social identity development.

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  • Interfaith Presentation - 2 days ago | 104 views

    Posted: 10/6/15 3:57 PM

    Three global leaders in interreligious thought and action are presenting on “The Power of Interfaith Collaboration: Responsibility and Hope For a World In Conflict” on Sunday, October 18, 6:00pm, Cintas Center. Featured panels are: Yonathon Arfi, Francis X. Clooney SJ and Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr. The presentation, part of Xavier’s commemoration of Nostra Aetate, is free and open to the public.

  • "The Value of Leadership & its Lasting Legacy" 10/. . . - 2 days ago | 83 views

    "The Value of Leadership & its Lasting Legacy" 10/28

    Posted: 10/6/15 3:50 PM

    Please join us October 28th as Xavier University MBA and NEW Cincinnati host a dynamic conversation on leadership by Four Star U.S. Army General James T. Hill and U.S. Army Brigadier General Becky Halstead. Based on their highly accomplished military service and business experience, General Hill and General Halstead invite you to be a part of a powerful and inspiring dialogue about the “value of leadership” in any circumstance. 

    Date:  Wednesday, October 28, 2015, Time:     10:00-11:00 a.m., Location:  Schiff Family Conference Center at the Cintas Center, No cost to attend


    For more information:

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  • Dining & Retail Hours of Operation - Fall Break 20. . . - 2 days ago | 341 views

    Dining & Retail Hours of Operation - Fall Break 2015

    Posted: 10/6/15 9:32 AM

    The Office of Auxiliary Services would like to share the Hours of Operation for all of the Campus Dining and Retail Office's for Fall Break, October 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th.

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  • Law School Deans of Admissions Panel Discussion Oc. . . - 3 days ago | 179 views

    Law School Deans of Admissions Panel Discussion October 12th

    Posted: 10/5/15 3:32 PM

    Come join us on Monday, October 12th in Smith 250 from 3:00-4:30 PM for a panel discussion with deans of admissions of five law schools. Hear about what deans are currently looking for in the law school admissions process to better help you assess what you should do to get into law school at each year you attend Xavier. ALL are welcome from freshmen to seniors, including those not a part of Pre-Law Society. There will be free pizza and drinks. Please RSVP if you would like to attend by clicking "yes" under the event on Orgsync's calendar or by emailing We are looking for a great crowd to show these deans how wonderful Xavier students are!

  • Heroes of Ethics luncheon RSVP DEADLINE! - 3 days ago | 153 views

    Posted: 10/5/15 9:58 AM

    TODAY is the deadline to RSVP for the Heroes of Ethics luncheon and "fireside chat" on October 14th with Chairman Doty from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. Complimentary lunch begins at noon followed by a presentation and Q&A session. Seating is limited but reservations are required. Visit the Heroes of Ethics Series website for more information and to RSVP.

  • Thanks, Tutors! - 3 days ago | 321 views

    Posted: 10/5/15 8:52 AM

    This week (October 5-11, 2015) is International Tutor Appreciation Week, and we would like to thank our tutors in the Learning Assistance Center, Writing Center, Math Lab, Student-Athlete Academic Support Services, TRiO, Student Support Services, and other tutors who assist throughout campus.  Thank you for your support of student success and learning! 

    A list of tutors can be found in the attachment.

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  • Heroes of Ethics Luncheon 10/14/15 RSVP TODAY! - 3 days ago | 88 views

    Posted: 10/5/15 8:24 AM

    TODAY is the deadline to RSVP for the Heroes of Ethics luncheon and "fireside chat" with Chairman Doty from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. Complimentary lunch begins at noon followed by a presentation and Q&A session. Seating is limited but reservations are required. Visit the Heroes of Ethics Series website for more information and to RSVP.

  • Accepting Nominations for Antonio Johnson Scholars. . . - 4 days ago | 293 views

    Accepting Nominations for Antonio Johnson Scholarship

    Posted: 10/4/15 3:15 PM

    On behalf of the University Scholarship Committee, the Center for Diversity & Inclusion and the Black Student Association, nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 Antonio Johnson Scholarship Award. Any member of the Xavier community may nominate a student for this prestigious scholarship that will be awarded at the 40th Annual Antonio Johnson Scholarship Gala on Friday, April 8, 2016. The scholarship is worth full tuition, fees, room and board, and books. The winner will be awarded the scholarship for their senior year. Self-nominations are also accepted.

    When considering a person to nominate, keep in mind this scholarship is awarded to a Black, African-American and/or African student who is currently a junior. This person must display academic excellence (3.0 minimum cumulative GPA) and demonstrate a level of involvement that makes a significant contribution to the Black community at Xavier and beyond. The nomination deadline is Friday, October 30 by 5:00pm. Please complete and submit your nomination via the Center for Diversity & Inclusion's Orgsync page and search under "Forms."

    If you have any questions or if you need additional information, please feel free to call 513-745-3181 or email Taj Smith, Director fo the Center for Diversity & Inclustion at Thank you in advance for your participation and dedication!

    For more information:

  • Social Media Security! - 6 days ago | 316 views

    Posted: 10/2/15 4:13 PM

    October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month! Click here to find out how to stay safe using social media!

    For more information:

  • Parking Advisory - Wed., October 7 - 6 days ago | 482 views

    Posted: 10/2/15 4:05 PM

    There is a major event being held on Wednesday, October 7 at 7:00pm in the Cintas Center that will cause some limited parking lot restrictions and additional traffic congestion on campus that evening. Please see attached Parking Advisory for full details. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

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  • October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month - Eve. . . - 6 days ago | 93 views

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month - Events

    Posted: 10/2/15 3:36 PM

    October is Domestic Violence Awarness Month.  Please see the calendar for featured events to raise awareness and education.


  • Dream Big! Study Abroad Fair is Tuesday! - 6 days ago | 125 views

    Posted: 10/2/15 2:08 PM

    The Study Abroad Fair is Tuesday, October 6th from 10:00am to 3:00pm on the Xavier Yard. 

    There will be over 35 tables with a multitude of program options to explore: 15+ faculty-led programs, 20 study abroad providers with dozen of programs, and direct exchange programs.

    Many program options also have experiential learning components such as internships and service learning abroad. The Solidarity Semester in Nicaragua will also be in attendance and is still recruiting students for the program this spring.

    We hope to see you there!  

    1-Study Abroad Fair 2015.pdf

  • Wellness Week Events Kick Off Today - 6 days ago | 128 views

    Posted: 10/2/15 1:52 PM

    Wellness Week(October 1-7) kicks off Friday and runs through next week with events this weekend including mindfulness training, mental health screenings, community dinners and conversations, yoga, live Alpaca petting and a Snow Ball "Fight" on the Yard.  Eight student groups, faculty and staff members were awarded grant funding through the Warrior Run College Challenge to produce and promote events and programs that foster conversation and awareness about well-being on Xavier’s campus.  All Wellness Week events are free and open to Xavier students, staff, and faculty. Wellness Week concludes with the Annual Warrior Run 5K on Saturday October 10. 

    For more information:

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  • Looking for a Student Leadership Opportunity? - 6 days ago | 213 views

    Posted: 10/2/15 12:13 PM

    Apply for University Library’s User Experience Advisory Group for 2015-16. The library’s User Experience (UX) Group will serve as a formal channel of communication between library users and library staff.  The UX Group will explore issues, not limited to, the library’s services, collections, exhibits, programs, and/or communication both physically and virtually. By the end of the academic year, the UX Group will propose specific recommendation/s to improve the library experience at Xavier. The UX Group will provide student members with the opportunity to collaborate with faculty and staff and build a proposal that may lead to a better library experience and an improvement for the entire Xavier University community.  If you are interested please contact James Green, the User Experience/Assessment Librarian, at or 745-1940.

  • Death in the Xavier community - 6 days ago | 614 views

    Posted: 10/2/15 8:37 AM

    Noel Joseph Biesik, father of Rachel Biesik, Project Architect, died on Saturday, Sept 26.  Visitation services are on Tuesday, Oct. 6th and funeral services are on Wednesday, Oct 7th at the Ogle & Paul R. Young Funeral Home.

    For more information: