Student Announcements

  • Please Take Quick & Fun Survey - 2 hours ago | 13 views

    Posted: 10/22/14 11:49 PM

    Take this survey for a new business idea thats in the works!  Thank you

    For more information:

  • Study Abroad Safety: Information Session - 11 hours ago | 80 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 - 12 hours ago | 90 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 - 13 hours ago | 224 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 - 14 hours ago | 74 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! - 1 day ago | 345 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. . . - 1 day ago | 457 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 - 2 days ago | 511 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! - 2 days ago | 169 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 - 2 days ago | 542 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 - 2 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!

  • It's that time again! - 4 days ago | 854 views

    Posted: 10/18/14 4:33 PM

    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:

  • Rev Kevin Burke, SJ, Oct 22, 2014, Conaton Board R. . . - 5 days ago | 235 views

    Rev Kevin Burke, SJ, Oct 22, 2014, Conaton Board Rm 7:00 pm

    Posted: 10/17/14 10:45 AM

    Rev Kevin Burke, SJ, will speak on Ignacio Ellacuria's Grammar of Justice: Theological Ethics and the Martyrs of El Salvador.  He received a B.A. and B.S. from Rockhurst College and his doctorate from the Weston School of Theology.  He is a professor of theology in the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, where he has served as dean.

    For more information:

  • Family Weekend 2014 begins Friday, October 24th! - 5 days ago | 327 views

    Posted: 10/17/14 9:45 AM

    Family Weekend 2014 begins Friday, October 24th!                    

    Please join us in extending a warm Musketeer welcome to our visiting families!   Weekend events include:  Musketeer Madness and Fanfest, the Amy Anderson Comedy Show, brunch in the Hoff Marketplace, mass with Reverend Al Bischoff, S.J., theatre performance of “Godspell”, intramural and club sporting events and much more!   For more information and a complete list of Family Weekend events, click HERE.     

    Pre-registration for Family Weekend is available online  until Thursday at 5:00pm and onsite in GSC on both Friday 3pm – 7pm and Saturday 9am – 1pm.  Registration is $20 per person.  Xavier students and children under 4 are free!  The first 500 families to check-in will also receive a Family Weekend fleece blanket as a memento.  Tickets for “Godspell” can be purchased separately through the Box Office website or onsite.     

    Please contact the Office of Student Involvement at x3004 with any questions. 

  • Don't Tell Anna improv show on Saturday! - 6 days ago | 191 views

    Posted: 10/16/14 6:23 PM

    Don't Tell Anna, Xavier's improvisational comedy troupe, will be having a show on Saturday, Oct. 18 at 8pm in Kennedy Auditorium! Join us for a night of comedy! Bring your friends!

    Note: Because the CLC is technically closed before the show, please enter the doors closest to Dana Avenue. We also ask that those attending the show remain in the area of Kennedy Auditorium. Thank you!

  • Finkelstein presents poetry by Harvey Shapiro - 6 days ago | 171 views

    Posted: 10/16/14 3:54 PM

    Xavier English Professor Norman Finkelstein, the literary executor of the distinguished poet Harvey Shapiro, discovered nearly one hundred unpublished poems by Shapiro after he died in 2013 at age eighty-eight. Dr. Finkelstein edited these poems and gathered them into a book, A Momentary Glory: Last Poems, which has just been published by Wesleyan University Press. Dr. Finkelstein will read from the book, and will talk about his work as executor and editor. Please join us in celebrating this unique publication on Friday, Nov. 7, 4:30-5:30, Faculty Lounge, Hinkle Hall. Copies of the book will be available. Light refreshments will be served.

    For more information:

    1-Shapiro talk.pdf

  • SCOVIA - 6 days ago | 154 views

    Posted: 10/16/14 3:41 PM

    Scovia, a woman from Uganda, has come to the United States to share her story and discuss the importance of sponsorship and mentorship in Northern Uganda. Come to hear Scovia and have the chance to win two amazing raffle baskets!


  • SCOVIA - 6 days ago | 75 views

    Posted: 10/16/14 3:40 PM

    Scovia, a woman from Uganda, has come to the United States to share her story and discuss the importance of sponsorship and mentorship in Northern Uganda. Come to hear Scovia and have the chance to win two amazing raffle baskets!


  • Come to We All SCREAM for Halloween MAD this Frida. . . - 6 days ago | 324 views

    Come to We All SCREAM for Halloween MAD this Friday!

    Posted: 10/16/14 9:42 AM

    Come to We All Scream for Halloween MAD provided by SAC this Friday from 9pm-12: 30 am! You'll be screaming MAD for contests, prizes, free food including a chocolate fountain, candy buffet and popcorn! Also Las Vegas' own comedian/ magician Ben Seidman will perform at 11:00pm! So join in all fun and hope to see you all there!