As part of the Student Affairs division, the Center for Student Action seeks to create intentional learning opportunities that support the Student Affairs values of global engagement and local engagement. The mission of our educational programming is to raise awareness around the plight of those who suffer around the world, bring dialogue to complex subjects, humanize the issues, and provide action steps for students.
In accordance with the Center for Student Action’s learning outcomes, educational programming centered on global engagement seeks to increase the undergraduate student body’s awareness of global issues and to challenge them to engage in responsible and transformational service.
The Center for Student Action works collaboratively with multiple outside agencies and non-profits in order to provide an engaging learning environment for students centered on Christian community development and biblically-based justice within the context of the United States.
The Center for Student Action will host a film series during the 2014–15 academic year and will screen a film or documentary once a month. These films will cover a wide array of topics, including poverty and hunger in the United States, dignity to the dying in Kenya, and orphaned children in India. For details regarding dates, times, and locations of the screenings, please email email@example.com.